Buying a home or commercial property is undoubtedly one of the largest investments one can make. Thus, it is imperative that a buyer do his/her due diligence at the beginning of the transaction and usually before signing contracts.

If you are a seller, you should be aware that a buyer will need to do his/her due diligence. It is beneficial to know what a buyer needs before he/she even requests it as missing documents can stall or even kill a deal sometimes. Further, as an owner you are often the sole source of information about a property so it may be a good idea to gather the information once you have decided to sell your property.

To assist buyers and sellers with the due diligence process our office prepared the following checklists. Note this list is not exhaustive and the unique circumstances of each deal warrant a tailored due diligence approach:

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