Pre-Delivery Inspection

Prior to closing, you and your homebuilder must get together for a Pre-Delivery Inspection ("PDI"). The reason for this inspection is to create a list of any items that are incomplete, damaged, missing, inaccessible, not operating properly or in some way deficient. During this inspection, the builder is required to explain to you how the various systems in your home operate and are to be maintained as well as provide you with a Homeowner Information Package. This package will contain important information regarding the statutory warranty coverage on your new home.

At the PDI, you will be asked by the builder to sign a Certificate of Completion and Possession ("CCP"). It will establish the date of possession of your home or condominium. The date of possession is considered to be the start date for all statutory warranty coverage in your home.