November 20, 2017    中文(简体)   

A new home’s floor should not be this noisy

A squeaky wooden floor was at the centre of a recent decision by the Ontario Licence Appeal Tribunal that overruled the province’s Tarion Warranty Corporation on the matter.

In July, 2012, an unnamed homebuyer and his wife took possession of a new home which they purchased from Prospect Builders Ltd., of Richmond, Ont. Click here to view the whole article.

 

Hidden purchase fees can cost you thousands

Two areas involving builder agreements of purchase and sale that cry out for action by the new homes provincial watchdog are disclosure of additional costs and unit size.

Last week Stella came into my office to review a builder purchase agreement for a unit in a flashy new Toronto condo project. During the negotiation of the deal, both the buyer and the builder were represented by separate real estate agents. Click here to view the whole article.

 
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