What to know before buying a home in Ontario
posted on October 19, 2017
Purchasing a home is an exciting time in a person’s life. Chances are that your home will be the biggest investment you will make and it is therefore essential that you make sure to do it right and take the appropriate precautions.
This page provides prospective homebuyers in Ontario with the basics of what to know and expect when they start to plan to buy a home in Ontario. It provides tips on how to select a home inspector and a real estate agent, as well as questions to ask them about their company in terms of insurance and accreditation.
If you are purchasing a new home, you will also want to ask the builder about the warranty in place on the home before buying and moving in. Most warranties should include problems associated with bad workmanship, water protection and major structural defects.
Click here to access Ontario’s list of tips and list of questions to ask when you are in the process of buying a home.
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