August 2019

Found 3 blog entries for August 2019.

Should I Buy a Home with a Septic System?Homes with a septic system in Canada are actually better for the environment because there's less risk of raw sewage seeping into the environment. However, septic systems also come with specific responsibilities for the homeowners that they should know before going any further. For those considering buying a home with an older septic system, keep these tips in mind before putting in an offer.

Septic System Requirements

Canadian homeowners are required to follow the building codes laid out by their neighborhood. These regulations may vary from block to block, but buyers should think about the following:

  • State of the system: A septic system will last for about 25 years. The homeowners should know the condition of the system, especially if
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4 Buyer Red Flags All Sellers Need To KnowSelling a home is a big endeavor that no homeowner takes lightly. But sometimes, finding a buyer can be difficult, especially if the market is cold, and that can make homeowners feel like if they don’t sell to the first person who makes an offer, the home won’t get sold. This is a common but misinformed mindset because not every buyer is a good buyer, and sellers need to be aware of the signs that a buyer may cause trouble and hurt the sale of the home. Here are some telltale warning signs that all sellers need to know when considering offers.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

The Buyer Is Only Pre-Qualified For a Loan

When setting out to

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Red Flags to Watch for When Purchasing a New HomeShopping for homes can leave your mind spinning. Knowing what to look for can help you weed out the properties with serious structural damage or maintenance problems. If you're looking for a turn-key property and a smooth buying experience, watch for these warning signs when going to home showings.

Deferred Maintenance

Deferred maintenance can take many forms. A drippy faucet, cracked window, or a puncture hole in the wall are all signs that a homeowner has been neglecting their maintenance duties. While these problems may seem small, they can be a sign of larger poor maintenance practices.

Homeowners often fix up their home before putting it on the market. Those that neglect to do this may have other poor maintenance practices that could lead

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