Buying or selling a property means you’ll be making a number of important decisions. Hiring a skilled industry professional to work on your behalf is invaluable. Their expertise ensures you understand each and every step of the process. But, it’s also a good idea to seek out some information on your own to better prepare for the process, even getting a better sense of terms that are often used in transactions will help.
The Alberta Building Code 2014 included new requirements to protect homes from radon.
Buyers and sellers may need the services of a licensed real estate appraiser. A real estate appraiser provides an opinion of value for your property.
Title insurance works like a standard insurance policy. It protects against future discoveries about a property, some title-related and some non-title-related.
Alberta real estate professionals must use the Residential Measurement Standard (RMS) when measuring residential properties. This measurement standard helps consumers easily and accurately compare different types of residential properties.
Attached goods stay with the home after a sale, unattached goods must leave a home after a sale, unless stated otherwise in writing