Depending your geographical area of interest, there are many important factors that Buyers and Sellers should be informed of, including:
- Local market conditions
- Comparable MLS® Sales data
- Niagara Escarpment Commission
- Conservation Authorities
- Provincial Parks
- Waterfront/Shoreline Properties
- High water mark … where is the property boundary?
- Deeded access and road allowances
- Cottage associations
- Local Indigenous Rights and Territories rights
- Farming and apple production operations
- Approved and potential developments
- Official Plans of the local municipalities and counties
- Development charges
- Designated historical buildings
- Bruce Trail
- Snowmobile Trails
- Landfill sites
- Wind power and power corridors
- Water Supply
- Lake or water source drawn
- Municipal vs. private or shared wells
- Drilled/dug/shore wells or cisterns
- Jet vs. submersible well pumps
- Well and water quality reports
- Septic systems and Use permits … what properties should have them?
- Oil vs. propane
- What are the new regulations governing oil heating systems?
- What is a W.E.T.T. inspection?
- Your Local REALTOR® can help you determine if you need to be concerned with any of the above and assist you in obtaining the necessary information.