Tank Search is an Agent's Best Friend

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For many real estate agents, the joy in life is the “rush” you get when you list a house.  This means guaranteed business for you, when the house sells.

However, there are many things that can hold up the sale of a house (and hold up your check!)  Tank Solutions can help you make sure that an undiscovered underground oil tank is NOT one of the things that holds up the sale of your client’s home!

How can we do that? By helping you make a tank search one of the things you recommend to clients as part of your listing packet of information. It is a very small investment ($225 for an acre or under) for major peace of mind.

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You are there to act as an advocate for your client.  Why not find out before the property goes on the market if it has an underground oil tank? 

Are you representing a buyer?  Then tank searches should be recommended to buyers no matter what the age of the home.  Whether it is new construction or an older home, you never know what lies beneath the surface. 

Recommending a tank search to a prospective client looking to list their property can save valuable time and money when it comes to a closing. A simple tank search can save a prospective buyer a small fortune.  And, of course, it goes without saying that if a tank is found, we can deal with extraction and clean up in an efficient and professional way.

Tank Solutions is here to help keep your real estate transactions on track for their scheduled closing dates.  Let us help you get the job done professionally and quickly so that both the buyers and the sellers are happy.  Call us on 908-964-2717 or drop us an e-mail at info@oiltanksolutions.com

Go to our website for more information.  www.oiltanksolutions.com   

 
Tank Solutions, a subsidiary of T. Slack Environmental Services, has over 30 years’ experience of finding, extracting and cleaning up after underground oil tanks. It only takes one phone call to put the wheels in motion to have your underground tank handled by an experience, licensed company who will be with you every step of the way, from discovery to extraction and from remediation to final sign off.  Call Tank Solutions on 908-964-2717 or go to www.oiltanksolutions.com
 
 

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