Some interesting answers here.
The answer to your question may depend on the financing situation as several have stated.
These inspections are not required to close escrow unless the lender specifically requires them and who pays for them is negotiable. It all depends on how your contract is written
We seldom see vacant land with those improvements due to the cost of installation.
I hope this helps you
It depends on the lender and type of loan. However I would strongly recommend that you do get them both inspected. If either one is not working properly you could have an expensive repair. You also want to make sure that there is proper separation of the septic and the well.
Jerry Heard - Broker
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