“Walk and Talks” are becoming popular as homebuyers waive conditions in a frenzied market. Nervous buyers have found a workaround to waiving home inspection conditions, by asking inspectors to do quick “pre-offer” inspections – which may not be legal, or of much value.
After a frenzied search in a competitive market you secured the house you wanted, however you had to make an unconditional offer to get ahead of other bidders – not always the best idea, but it’s the Roaring 20's and it’s what we sometimes have to do.
ATTENTION NEW HOMEOWNERS: DON’T GET YOUR WARRANTIES MIXED UP 16.01.21
(NC) One of the biggest sources of confusion among owners of newly built homes is their warranty coverage. To begin with, there’s the seven-year statutory warranty that all builders in Ontario must provide. Add to that the fact that many builders choose to offer their customers additional coverage and opportunities to make warranty requests, and it’s easy to see how it can all become a blur.