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If Rothchilds was a little closer I'd give Winston a call, but I'm out of his service area. :lol:

Does anyone have a recommendation for a septic service in the South King County/Federal Way area? We've accepted an offer on the sales of our house and have to have the septic system pumped/inspected before closing. I have not been here long enough to necessitate a service call before now.

Thanks! mjp
 

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Benson Hill is right down the street and fine.
253-631-7979

Good guy and wife team and cheaper than some others.
 

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Congratulations! 28days! That's awesome. Check around and get the cheapest. I've used Abc Able for nearly 8 years now. 360-832-2253. Jurisdictionally speaking you don't need anything other than a seller notice (OSSM) and a buyers declaration of receipt to be recorded (at closing usually) there in King County. As opposed to an inspection by the Health Department in Pierce.

BTW Why isn't your agent taking care of that for you. That's why they get paid the big bucks!!! :roll:
 

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Congratulations! 28days! That's awesome. Check around and get the cheapest. I've used Abc Able for nearly 8 years now. 360-832-2253. Jurisdictionally speaking you don't need anything other than a seller notice (OSSM) and a buyers declaration of receipt to be recorded (at closing usually) there in King County. As opposed to an inspection by the Health Department in Pierce.

BTW Why isn't your agent taking care of that for you. That's why they get paid the big bucks!!! :roll:
It actually sold faster than we were prepared for. 24 days from listing to accepted offer. Expected at-least 6 weeks. Now we gotta find the new place. Closing date is set for 2/25, provided everything goes well with the inspection, etc.

I need to talk to my agent today anyway, so I'll ask him about the protocol on this. I assumed it was up to me... I've never sold a home before, so I'm not familiar with the program.
 

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Boy I've heard that a million times. Every agent is different and most do not want to advise about who to use whether it's a septic pumper, home inspector or milk man because that could cause liability issues if you were to have a problem so most have a hands off approach. You should have been informed prior to accepting the offer, afterward is a hell of a time to find things out. Anyway, good luck with the sale.

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