Imagine buying a home and then having to pay tens of thousands of dollars.

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Mortgage and Lending with Mark Fidgett - www.NotaPennyDown.com

Imagine buying a home or worse yet, removing subjects, then finding out that you're on the hook for a $100,000 or more.

Many homes built between the 1920s and 1960s used oil as a heating fuel, with oil tanks buried close to the foundation of a home. Few homes use oil now, but many home owners may not realize that they have an old tank on their property. Underground storage tanks, even if capped and filled with sand, pose significant risk and potential costs. Hiring a professional Oil Tank Contractor is the best way to ensure your property is tank free. Please contact a Registered Environmental Consultant. Underground Oil Tank Fact Sheet
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