Nowadays, most homes are on public sewer and water. You'll find older homes and perhaps rural areas of the state have septic tanks. I grew up in a home with a septic tank and my mom still has it. It has never backed up or caused any trouble. I grew up in a one stop light town and loved it !! Finding the the place in your mind "where your heart is" and listening to those requests are my job!
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It's easy to note them, as said earlier it's something that can be identified on the MLS sheets.
Some consumers don't realize that with the exception of for sale by owner homes, the MLS feeds all of the other home search tools and websites. Some people end up searching for homes on all many different websites when all they really need to do is work with one agent to get a targeted list from their MLS account.
Whether or not a home has well & septic is normally disclosed on the multiple listing information and attainable by real estate professionals.
Our recommendatio is to make it clear to your agent that you want only municipal water and sewer. They will be able to focus your search on only these types of homes.
Jen Bowman, Broker Associate
Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners