Checklist for buying a new condominium

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Verify the unit’s floor area and boundaries and that your unit factor is reasonable.

Find out if you can have changes made to the placement of walls, windows and doors and what the costs would be.

Inquire whether the building and/or your unit will be accessible to someone with limited mobility.

Find out if there are plans to reduce the ceiling height anywhere in the unit.

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Original Article Source Credits:    Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation , 

Article Written By:  NA

Original Article Posted on:  March 31, 2018

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