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CMHC: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, better known as CMHC, plays an important role in helping Canadians buy a home.

CMHC has been around since 1944, when it was created by Parliament to provide low-cost housing and affordable mortgages to World War II veterans returning after the war. Today, among other things, it provides mortgage insurance for buyers who otherwise might not be able to buy a home.

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L’Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ)

The OACIQ’s mission is to ensure the protection of members of the public who enlist the services of real estate and mortgage brokerage professionals governed by the Real Estate Brokerage Act.

Practically, the Organization is at your disposal to answer your calls throughout the process of buying, selling, financing or leasing a property. And if something did not turn out as you thought, the Real Estate Brokerage Act provides for a number of mechanisms to protect you before, during and after your transaction when it’s carried out through a professional authorized by the OACIQ.

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Thermographic inspection

Infrared (IR) thermography is a nondestructive investigative tool used in numerous applications within buildings for preventative maintenance, energy conservation, quality control and security functions. It is also used for quality control purposes in the commissioning of architectural, structural electrical and mechanical systems in new buildings and major retrofits and evaluations of architectural, structural electrical and mechanical systems for building condition reports on existing buildings.

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Structural Inspections

A structural – or engineering – inspection is above all, an opinion as to the structural condition and integrity of the building or home.

By law in most provinces, only a registered Professional Engineer is permitted to render an opinion as to the structural integrity of a building. Certainly others may observe and report defects (rot, cracks, etc.) but an opinion as to
their significance can only be rendered by an engineer (or in some cases, an architect).

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Hidden defects and legal expertise

A Technical-legal expertise is an investigation that is conducted by an expert engineer who specializes in hidden defects. To engage the responsibility of the seller, the expert must prove that the defect existed at the time of the sale and that the defect was hidden and unknown to the buyer at the time of the real estate transaction as opposed to an apparent defect.

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House Renovation

Contact us to supervise the renovation and construction work to be sure that all works is done according to the highest quality standards.

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