The 5 things to know before going to sign the purchase sale of your house at the notary

The 5 things to know before going to sign the purchase sale of your house at the notary

Reading the loan contract, handing over the keys... do you know what awaits you once at the notary?

That's it, you are about to move on to a new stage and all you have to do is go through the notary box. What are the 5 things to know before going there?

Reading the loan contract
The purchase of your property consists of a loan. Between 7 to 14 days before the signing of the notoriety act, you will be called to go there to read the mortgage contract. By this act, all parties ensure that the mortgage contract suits you and that you will not withdraw for one of the closings.
Be concentrated, after reading the notary will surely ask you some questions.

Showing up without a real estate agent
You can go as an individual to the notary. In this case, this means that you will have managed all the management. The figure of the real estate agent is important for two reasons: because he defends your interests and takes charge of management. Understand all the clauses of the contract, do not forget anything, etc. It's a full-fledged job!

Handing over the keys
Handing over the keys, this great moment of emotions! It takes place at the notary. This is where the sellers will give the keys and duplicates to the buyer(s). Don't forget to take a photo to immortalize this moment!

The day before signing
The day before the signature we always contact the notarial office to ensure that they have all the necessary documents. It is enough that a single document is not correct or that only one is missing for the signature to be lengthened to the extreme or even canceled.

Bring a book and snacks
It is well known that notarial deed signatures take a lot of time. It is quite common to spend between 3 to 5 hours there for the signing of the purchase sale of an apartment. Even if the documents are complete, it can take longer. So plan a book and something to snack on.

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