As part of the due diligence when you buy a home is the septic inspection. You’ll only have one done if the home is on a private septic and not a municipal sewer system. A private septic has a 1,000 gallon septic tank with a drainfield nearby. In Sequim it is traditional for the seller to pay for the septic inspection, and that usually costs about $250. If there is a problem with the septic system, as the buyer you can ask the seller to repair it, but the contract doesn’t have language that obligates the seller to repair it.
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