Industry leaders are cautioning agents working Toronto’s west end, warning them about a seemingly ideal client intent on luring them to vacant properties.
Four months after having its hand slapped by TREB, this online brokerage is closing its doors.
In Quebec, there is no choice. Brokers have a mandatory seller's declaration form with a specific question on that issue to be answered by the seller. This form must be attached to all residential listings. Simple, efficient. Full disclosure is key.
Public protection is at the heart of any profession. Public : sellers AND buyers.
If it bothers a buyer, they can buy another house and I see no harm in disclosing at all. I would ask the seller for permission but realistically I would not know if the seller did not tell me......most likely, and if they tell me obviously in most cases they are saying it to make it known and I would be quick enough to look for instruction,.....and with many real old homes I assume someone likely has passed on and heave even joked with customers to small degree about that exactly....it has a certain intrigue to it...... no harm done..... I personally bought a building well over a hundred years old, three townhomes converted to a six plex, I certainly assume someone live till their end. No big deal for me and my tenants, nobody ever brought it up. And we don't know. Easy enough.
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