So you’ve found the perfect home. It’s everything you want! You put in the offer and you are ready to move in. But don’t burst out the bubbly just yet. There’s a lot to do between signing the contract and moving in. From an endless line of paperwork, contractors, inspectors and appraisers to potential contingencies of the sales contract, closing the sale of a home is a long process. Whether you are a buyer or a seller, here a few tips to help you navigate the process of closing the deal, prepare you for any contingencies and smooth the transition for each other.
This is where the titles, funds and keys are exchanged. On possession day, the seller’s lawyer receives the funds from the buyer’s lawyer. Once the funds are exchanged, the seller releases the keys and the sale is complete. However, there is much to do before this happens. Our tips for both buyers and sellers will prepare both parties for a fluid transition.
Buying a home is a long process, but it doesn’t have to be a difficult one. Here a few tips for buyers to ensure the process to close the sale is a smooth one.
Sellers have a few responsibilities to ensure this closing process goes well. Here a few tips to help sellers navigate this process.
Following these few tips will help the journey towards possession less arduous and more enjoyable.
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