Ok so I've seen this house before on the market over the month of two I've been browsing on new property for sale. Everything seems great - its a very simple house that's secluded in the woods with 19 acres of land!! It's only $350,000 which is about $6000 an acre I estimated, whereas in this county, any land there is, each acre is usually a MINIMUM of $25000.. I was looking at the county map and put the address in to see if there's anything wrong with the property. What I did find is that there is a septic permit.. I have no idea what this means. Can anyone help me out with this? Horses are allowed and if everything went well, we would probably rent out the house since we don't need it and we live close enough.
But what does this permit mean? Would it be a problem to have horses here due to bad water or something? I really need help!