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Accepting the Offer

When the offer is accepted, the buyer's deposit cheque has been received, and all conditions (if any) have been discharged, the home is considered to have been sold. If you have a "For Sale" sign then any SOLD sticker should remain on the sign long enough for other representatives and interested buyers to know the property is no longer on the market.

From Agreement until Moving Day

Your solicitor or conveyancing company will have to check all the details of the transfer of ownership and prepare all necessary documentation. You will then meet with them to sign the ownership documents and arrange for payments of the balance of the purchase price, and usually the legal fees and disbursements as well. (Bank cheques are normally required.)


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