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Does getting a home inspection report help me sell my Toronto condo

We work with a lot of Toronto condo Buyers, and occasionally they pass on putting an offer on a condo they like if they believe there are some pending work that needs to be done and there is no home inspection done by the seller to give them an ease of mind!!! 

Selling a Resale Condominium? 

The primary purpose of a home inspection is to identify any issues with a property that might affect the buyers’ decision to buy it or the price they would pay for it. It’s their opportunity to find out what’s going on behind the scenes before they commit to buying it.i.e. the fridge is on its last legs and needs to be replaced within the next 6 months 

It is now your opportunity as a condo seller to get a home inspection done in advance for your resale condo to leave no doubts or excuse for price reduction. 

Selling a New Condominium? 

Brand new condominiums are subject to different home inspections as part of the closing process. If you bought a condominium from a builder, you will take part in a Pre-delivery Inspection (PDI) to pinpoint the construction deficiencies. 

In addition, the buyer would most likely be comfortable with no inspection report since the unit is covered by Tarion (Ontario New Home Warranty) 

How Much Does a Condo Inspection Cost? 

Condo home inspections in Toronto typically range from $300-$500, depending on the size of the unit and the inspection company you choose to use. 

At Home Leader, we pride ourselves in being specialists in resale and pre-construction condos for the past two decades. We are committed to get you top dollar. Use our services and we guarantee you’ll like the result and you will join the pool of our happy clients. 

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