When looking for your dream home, two things are essential: The property must be suited to your daily life and within your budget. Start by detailing these two elements.
You want to purchase an existing property in its current state. This means that, once you have signed the deed of sale, it will be difficult to make a claim against the seller. It is therefore extremely important to pay attention before making the purchase.
Have you obtained answers to all your questions and would you like to buy the property in question?
In this case, you will sign a provisional sale agreement.
Pay close attention to the terms and conditions set out in the contract, such as the validity date or the suspensive clause relating to the bank loan. The provisional sale agreement marks the sale!
Your Housing Advisor will be pleased to assist you with all the steps involved in taking out a real estate loan.
- Read the specifications, which provide information about the construction work and services included in the sale price
- Check the start date and obviously the completion date as well as details of what happens in case of a delay
- Find out how invoices are to be paid according to progress in the construction work
- Ask whether planning permission has already been granted
Visit the property and find out about monthly fees and any planned work before signing the provisional sale agreement
Carefully analyse the plans, specifications and off-plan purchase contracts for a new construction
Properly analyse the features and condition of the property, taking into account its location
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