Having a home with access to public water and sewer is a must for some buyers—and it's easy to see why. Here are a few of our favorite homes with the features you're looking for!
Homes with Public Water and Sewer Access in Harford & Baltimore Counties
Why Buy a Home with Public Water and Sewer Access?
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tightly regulates city water supplies, which means you won't be exposed to potentially dangerous contaminants or diseases.
Your water supply will never run out when you're connected to public lines, which isn't always the case for homeowners that are on a well.
When you take advantage of public sewer lines, you won't have to worry about any maintenance issues. Septic tanks, on the other hand, have to be pumped every 3 – 5 years.
Because public sewer lines are maintained by your local government, you won't have to worry about paying thousands for an expensive repair—it'll just be a few dollars in tax money instead.
Peace of Mind
If you don't want to worry about the details of your water and sewer, going with a public system is the way to go. You will always have water when you use your faucet, toilet, or shower!
Ready to Start Your Search?
If you're thinking of buying a home with access to public water and sewer, the Lee Tessier Team is here to help. We know all about the ins and outs of the area and the buying process, so just give us a call to take your next steps and schedule a showing!