In most cases, the Purchaser puts a home inspection as one of their conditions. They will schedule a time through their realtor and you will be advised as to when it is scheduled.
The home needs to be vacated for about 3 hours at this time (less if your home is a condominium and sometimes more if an acreage). The home inspector, the purchasers and most times their realtor will be present for this inspection. The inspector will compile a report and give it to the Buyers.
If the inspector finds any issues with the home, the Buyer’s agent and Ron will discuss these items, Ron will then present them to you with options on how to approach them.
Usually the seller and buyer will come to an agreement on any items that need to be addressed. This is all a very normal part of the process.
If your home is an Apartment Style Condominium or Townhouse then we will need a full set of condominium documents.
Most people do not have a full set (they have to be current within the last 12 months). They can be ordered through the condominium management company. If you have any neighbours you could get copies from, this is a good idea as they can get quite expensive. You can expect to pay anywhere from $300-$600 for a full set.
** Try to get your condo docs together when you list your home as ordering them on a rush to meet the condition deadline of your offer will double your price!** We are happy to help you with the ordering process.