You do not disclose your resources, experience, skill or capabilities. If you are totally unaware of what you are getting into, refer to Don's respoonse.
If you are aware of the situation and the price is proper for the costs you will certainly incurr, make sure you have an exit strategy and have the resources to address the vacating and decontamination that may be required.
I have yet to read a queston on Trulia for which the poster did not already know the answer.
Do you think a buried oil tand 20 feet from a wall is a problem?
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
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I live in Clifton park and relocated from Rexford, So, I am very familiar with the area, etc.
I just looked at the property disclosure and docs on line.
Give me a call and I will give you the information that I have...
Please contact me if you are moving forward with this one or I can help you in the area...
Call or text
( PS, As of today, this house is listed as BOM , back on market)
This could prove to be a very costly problem.
This is really a question for an inspector or an engineer. Once a purchase offer has been accepted, the buyer has the right to perform inspections on the property, which could include researching the water tank/oil tank question. Obviously a buyer would want to be sure there are no leaks.
If you are interested in the property, I'd be happy to schedule a showing for you. I work everyday from 8am to 8pm and could arrange it at your earliest convenience. My office is based out of Rexford, so I know the area well. Remember that a buyer's representative works at no cost to the buyer. I would be paid by the seller's closing costs.
Let me know if I can be of any assistance. Feel free to email, call or text me.
NYS Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Certified Buyer Representative
Bliss Properties of NY
I wouldn't touch it.
Hope that helps.