• Newly Built Homes

    Inspecting newly built homes is crucial despite the common assumption that they are flawless. There can be various defects or issues that might not be immediately apparent but could pose problems later on. Some reasons why inspecting new homes is important include: 
  • How Often Should a Property Manager Inspect a Rental?

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  • RADON: IS IT IN YOUR HOME?

    Health Canada recently announced a lowering of the Canadian guideline for indoor exposure to radon. This reduction was the result of new information that indicates the health risk of radon-induced lung cancer occurs at lower levels of exposure than previously thought. Health Canada is embarking on a public awareness campaign to educate homeowners about the health risks of radon exposure, and to encourage them to conduct an inexpensive home test to see if their home levels are higher than the new guideline.
  • WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER SKIP THE HOME INSPECTION

    We understand hot real estate markets are difficult. You want a home inspection but feel pressured to skip the inspection. You’re told you need to put in a clean offer, there's no time for an inspection, and it will save you money.  The truth is, buying a house is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make and skipping the home inspection dramatically increases your risk of significant unforeseen expenses.
  • 10 Easy Ways to Save Money & Energy in Your Home

    Why make your home more energy efficient? Here are a few good reasons: