Buying a home in Kanata, either for the first time or the fifth, can be scary and makes you feel anxious. Did you make the right choice? Are you getting the best price? These questions may even keep you up at night.

To make you feel a little more comfortable and more confident about buying Kanata lakes homes for sale, you should know that you have rights as a homebuyer. Federal and state laws exist to protect you from a variety of possible pitfalls and save money in the long run.

First and foremost, if you're making your purchase with the help of an agent, his duty is to you. He is required by law to serve the interests of real estate you, protecting your privacy and get the best deal is legally possible.

To avoid the problem, interviewing a potential agent to make sure your personalities do not clash. You will work closely with this person and if you are not important to him or just do not like him, it will not work.

As a buyer, you also have the right to full disclosure of known or possible defects in the home. Some of the things included in this disclosure agreement is a problem with the foundation or structure, plumbing and drainage problems, termite, electrical issues and title.