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who is the best home warranty company for a buyer...me.

Were buying a second home in AZ. . Rural area near Winona. Has two septic systems and a stupid seller that is too confused to give straight answers, and the reactors are equally worthless.

Who do I buy a warranty from that you all trust?
by turdly November 2, 2012 6:13 PM


Reactors=REALTORS
by turdly November 2, 2012 6:14 PM


Self insure.


by Nobody Knows More Than Me November 2, 2012 6:19 PM


Probable, but I'm expecting a 'septic surprise'.
I don't know that $500 premium is worth potential $5000 problem.

Second septic might be a bit clandestine.
by turdly November 2, 2012 6:45 PM


Probable, but I'm expecting a 'septic surprise'.
I don't know that $500 premium is worth potential $5000 problem.

Second septic might be a bit clandestine.
by turdly November 2, 2012 6:47 PM


If I could buy a septic tank and leaching field for $5k.....Well, if you could, you already would've.
by Power Pig November 2, 2012 6:50 PM


Perk laws have changed and the area will not perk on other lots. I'm unsure how to make the rogue system legal if it is unlicensed and inoperative. Lack of license might negate the insurance claim...I just don't know and the REALTORS are worthless for information.

Just confused a bit. Trying not to cheat the system by redoing already illegal (potentially) installation. I don't expect direct answers from the house inspector either.
by turdly November 2, 2012 7:07 PM


Perk laws have changed and the area will not perk on other lots. I'm unsure how to make the rogue system legal if it is unlicensed and inoperative. Lack of license might negate the insurance claim...I just don't know and the REALTORS are worthless for information.

Just confused a bit. Trying not to cheat the system by redoing already illegal (potentially) installation. I don't expect direct answers from the house inspector either.
by turdly November 2, 2012 7:12 PM


Try american home shield

by McC November 2, 2012 8:23 PM


Try american home shield

by McC November 2, 2012 8:23 PM


Sounds like you are buying a home with:
A mother in law suite?
A root Cellar?
A Storm cellar?



or,

have someone check to see if it's permitted?

Or, have the homeowner pay the premium..
by dead eye November 2, 2012 8:24 PM


Why do you need two septic tanks? You drop a lot of deuces? Oh wait. Turdly is your name.
by ACS2.0 November 2, 2012 8:29 PM


2-10 has a lower "deductible" and covers roughly the same

you will have to add the septic coverage to the base policy on either of them


my reps name is Amy Wood

513.544.8504
awood@2-10.com
by LOANMAN November 2, 2012 8:54 PM


Thanks.

It has a 1100sqft guest house. House is legal, everyone is balking on answering me about the septic for it. I don't mind paying for it, and I don't want to screw the insurance company either. I have the wherewithal to put one in if one needs replaced.

I guess I can always go incernator toilets and gray water system.

I think the 'wild west' changed to 'standard code' sometime in the middle of the build.
by turdly November 2, 2012 9:45 PM


you could also contact that area's zoning board regarding the legality of the system or sanitation department.

Locally here the county inspects aerobic systems annually and they are a great source of information. The tanks get inspected when they are emptied (but not by the county)

If it's a true septic that you have to have emptied, you should call the local company or companies if more than one to see if they have ever serviced that address
by LOANMAN November 3, 2012 12:11 PM


Sounds like a shitty situation to me.
by ACS2.0 November 3, 2012 12:47 PM


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