Choosing Your Home Purchase
How should I co-ordinate my moving arrangements with the Vendors?
Any moving day is an exciting but hectic experience. The purchasers of a home are anxious to take possession and the vendors are of course, anxious to complete their new arrangements. Coordinating the moving arrangements of both Purchasers and Vendors can be an ordeal, however most of these difficulties can be offset in advance.
The best way to minimize the confusion on the closing day is for the Purchasers and Vendors to contact each other either directly or through your respective Real Estate Agents and co-ordinate your moving arrangements. I would suggest that you undertake this step now since the Agreement of Purchase and Sale has been signed.
Initiating communication between the moving parties will ensure a successful and uncomplicated transition on moving day.
Signing Your Closing Documents
What is my Lawyer doing after the deal is firm and I have waived all my conditions?
During the interim of your real estate transaction, your lawyer’s office will receive, deliver and compile various material from Banks, Lawyer’s offices, Conveyances and Real Estate Agents. As you might expect, much of this documentation in it’s final form is simply not available until shortly before closing.
When do I have to see my Lawyer?
Most lawyer’s offices will intentionally co-ordinate with you for your attendance at my office several days or even the day before closing to sign the documentation. Therefore you may expect to make arrangements with your employer to arrange time-off to meet and review and sign the documents. You can expect to spend as much time as is required to sign documents, ask questions and have your concerns addressed.