Tuesday, March 2, 2010
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In effect, home sellers will wind up paying for the memorandums, which will cost $100 for new homes or $180 for existing homes. The city plans to spend $301,000 to hire five additional inspectors to ensure the memoranda are processed quickly enough to ensure property sales are not affected. Some Real Estate experts have expressed skepticism five new inspectors will enable the city to keep up with demand. They also claim the real cost to people selling their homes will be well over $180, as some will be required to obtain surveyors' certificates at an additional cost of $300 to $500.
Some other changes to the Real Estate market were announced earlier this month by the finance minister Jim Flaherty. After determining earlier this year that it was not a good economic decision to increase interest rates the finance minister recently announced the following changes to mortgage lending.
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