- Flat geography
- Mature trees
- Highway access
- No backyard neighbors
- Public transportation
Could this property be “the one”? Here’s an overview of the steps involved in becoming the owner. These steps and the legal implications remain the same whether the property is purchased from an individual or through a broker.
One of the first things to do when looking for a property is to get a mortgage preapproval from a financial institution. The goal is to determine borrowing capacity, and as a result, the price range to be looking in.
The property suits the budget and needs? Time to submit an offer to purchase! This document sets out the price, the elements included in the sale, the possession date, the conditions of purchase and all other information relevant to the sale.
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The offer to purchase generally includes conditions. The most common are the property passing an inspection, the buyer providing proof of financing and the buyer selling their own property. Once the listed conditions are met, the property is considered sold.
The last step is to see a notary, who is generally chosen by the buyer. This real estate professional drafts the deed of sale and ensures that the interests of all parties involved are respected.
Once the deed of sale is notarized, the new owner gets the keys to the home. All that’s left is to move in!
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Industrial and commercial land in Saint-Nicolas (Lévis) along Highway 20, about 5 minutes from the Quebec and Pierre-Laporte bridges.
154060 square feet 210 feet of frontage.
Average depth of 734 feet.
Virgin land still wooded with electricity, aqueduct and sewers.
Very good visibility from Highway 20.
Cadastral number: 1963256
The land is located on Chemin Olivier between 960 and 966.