Staying on top of regular home maintenance will ensure that the products in your home have a longer life, saving you money in the long run and ensuring that you ultimately have more time to relax in your new home.
Saving up for a down payment can feel overwhelming when you are looking to purchase a home. Whether it’s finding the perfect floorplan that fits your lifestyle or selecting the beautiful finishes of your home to best compliment your style, becoming a homeowner is not only rewarding but an exciting time. We broke down 5 tips that can help you save up for a down payment and take homeownership from a dream to a reality.
While winter time brings us the opportunity for many enjoyable outdoor activities, Canadian winters can be unpredictable. We recommend keeping a well-stocked emergency kit in your home to prepare you and your family for an emergency. This will also make it easier to find your essentials during a power outage.
When you purchase a home with Reid’s Heritage Homes, you will have access to Warranty coverage through Tarion for 7 years after taking possession. Below is a description of what is covered within those 7 years. Please keep in mind that any deficiencies must be visible under normal lighting and be visible from 6 ft. away, they will also need to be reported on the Pre Delivery Inspection (PDI) which your PDI representative will review with you.
Keeping your home in good condition will ensure it stays new for longer and that the products and appliances in your home have a greater longevity, saving you time and money while ultimately ensuring that you have more time to relax and enjoy your new home.
At times, financial institutions will require an appraisal on your home depending on the nature of the mortgage. An appraisal is referred to as an unbiased professional opinion of your home's value and is typically used whenever a mortgage is involved in either buying, refinancing, or selling your home.
Before booking your moving company, we recommend you speak to at least 3 different companies to compare quotes and service options. It’s also a good idea to ask your friends and family for any recommendations. We’ve created a list below of some questions and considerations we recommend as you work towards finding the right moving company for you and your household.
One of the many questions we get as an Ontario Homebuilder is whether or not construction continues through the winter. The answer is YES, it does. While construction continues to progress, there are some challenges and extra preparation required to building a home through the colder months in order to ensure safety and progress. Here is a list of some of the obstacles our site teams are working around.