Buying a Waterfront Property by the Orillia home inspector

Buying a Waterfront Property by the Orillia home inspector. Cottage living is one of the most popular tourist draws in Orillia Ontario, parts of which have come to be known as cottage country. This term typically refers to the north and south shores of Georgian Bay,...

The Value of a Home Inspection

The Value of a Home Inspection.  Getting your home inspected is one of the most vital steps you can take to ensure your new home is everything you expect a high quality structure, safe for your family, and a compelling long-term investment. Unfortunately, many people...

Thermal Imaging for Barrie Alliston Orillia

Thermal Imaging for Barrie, Alliston & Orillia.  Thermal Imaging has made a significant impact on the Home Inspection industry with the reduction in costs associated with owning a Thermal Imaging Camera. Investing in new technology has always been a priority with...

Mortgage Rates and Factors

  Canadian and US mortgage rates can be  influenced by monthly changes and the longer-term trend changes of economic indicators. There are many variables that can influence the rates on long-term debt instruments, but an understanding of key economic...

Commercial Building Inspector – Toronto and GTA

In Ontario Part 3 of the Ontario Building Code covers buildings over 600 M2 in size.  The Ontario Building Officials Association offers many courses specific to Large Buildings which would be considered necessary if planning to inspect a Part 3 building. Large...

Buying or Selling Homes in Orillia

There are a lot of emotions involved when buying or selling a home, but negotiating the price shouldn’t be. Having a plan prior to negotiating is key to preventing stress during the turbulence involved in high-stakes negotiations. Your Orillia Real Estate Agent...