Alberta proposing stricter rules to help buyers bound by condo construction delays

The Alberta government is proposing strict regulations that will help protect condo buyers frustrated with construction delays.  The rules would make an expected occupancy date mandatory for purchase agreements.  If the unit is not ready one month after that date, the buyer would have the option of a refund and walk away, or renegotiate with the developer.    Read the article…………..


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