Hello guys, We're interested in an investment property in Brisbane and had a look yesterday. All looks good, but when I noticed that the property was raised a bit off the ground I asked the agent why. It was a bigger block that was subdivided and 2 houses built - the house we are interested in was raised slightly slightly to comply with the requirements of being build over the stormwater drain underground running underneath the house. How big an issue is this? I'm fearful of the chance of the stormwater drain ever bursting / leaking etc that we would have to rip up the entire house? The agent says it's actually the councils issue if it ever has issues, but there's still implications surely if it bursts under your house, albeit a small chance of that happening. Thoughts?