When you are ready to make a commitment to buy a property that meets your criteria:

  • To find out about the legal situation of the sellers and its impact on their ability to sell: matrimonial regime, corporation, identity check, etc.;
  • To read and inform you of all the documentation relating to the property: deed of sale, mortgage rights, property registries, building charges, certificate of location, declaration of co-ownership, building regulations, description of the unit and contingency fund, in order to provide
    a summary description of the property;
  • To obtain and share with you information and/or documents such as tax bills, zoning and usage, limitations, servitudes, etc.;
  • To inform you that there has not been any inappropriate use of the property (cultivation of cannabis or other adverse factors that may affect your interest in or the value of the property);

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