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Posted on: March 22nd, 2016 by Chris Scott

Most military families are familiar with a house hunting trip (HHT). However, in some cases a Destination Inspection Trip (DIT) may be in order. This allows one to

  • inspect the replacement residence;
  • inspect purchased property
  • finalize school arrangements;
  • arrange specific medical requirements/specialized care; or
  • make administrative arrangements related to the pending relocation.

The major differences are that this trip would be shorter – usually only 3 days – and the spouse would not be paid to travel with the transferee.

You could be eligible for this if you have already secured accommodation or purchase a property before coming on your HHT.  As a military Realtor® in Ottawa I am happy to answer any questions you may have about this process.

Please feel free to get in touch.


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