Asked by CyberSimba, Boston, MA • Tue Jan 6, 2009
Happy New Year Everyone! We are considering a property in a semi rural suburb 15 mi from Boston. Property has drainage easement under ground on its left border. It seems the water from streets collects and is carried by easement to the back of the property (backside border is 10 feet deeper than property level). The property land is HUGE - 29000 sq ft.
1. The water accumulates on its backside border in case of rain or storms.
2. Property has had mold remediation in its attic in last 1.5 yrs. This was supposedly due to faulty humidifaction system.
3. Property also has a dirt (dirt invites possibility of moisture being carried upwards as per our agent) crawl space (not a basement though)
Our main concern is "Does the water accumulation have negative effect on property via either
water slowly sipping through yard over years or via mosquitoes in summer or any how" AND "Does the fact that mold remediation had been done has any negetive effect on property, too?"
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