Dealing with a failed septic system is no picnic – especially if you discover it while putting the house under contract!
That’s exactly what happened to this Littleton Homeowner. The house was up for sale, an offer was accepted and the contract was signed – when the septic inspection didn’t pass! The deal promptly fell through, leaving the homeowner with a house he didn’t want and and could not sell.
Septic systems are far from inexpensive – and the cost of addressing the issue simply wasn’t something this homeowner was ready to take on.
Our team heard about the property, went out to take a look and ran some numbers. Engineers and designers were brought in to evaluate the septic system.
Once that was done, our team submitted an all cash, no contingencies offer and the sale closed without the homeowner having to deal with the stress of repairing their septic system!
Opening up the floors of the house exposed a murky pool that had caused all sorts of damage that needed repairing – not the least of which was extensive rotting of the floor joists. Another headache that the Littleton homeowner was saved from addressing.
Don’t you just love a happy ending?