When buying a home, people will try to do everything to lower down their overall cost of owning their dream home. Homebuyers will shop for a mortgage, closing company, and inspection companies to possibly get the best offers. As a homebuyer, you may find it tempting to skip home inspections as most lenders often don’t require it. Because it’s buried under the ground, you may not care to find out the sewer’s condition especially if you’re delighted with the home’s aesthetics. However, if you are considering buying a relatively old home, getting a sewer inspection could save you from spending thousands of dollars in home repairs.