When you buy a home the first step is usually to sign an Agreement of Purchase and Sale. This Agreement outlines each person’s rights and obligations and sets out what must happen before final closing. It is generally a good idea to have the Agreement reviewed by a lawyer before you sign the Agreement. This will help prevent you from agreeing to something that is not in your interests. It is also especially important when buying a new home from a builder because of the numerous and lengthy provisions in the agreement, including those relating to extra charges and changes to the closing date.
When you bring your new home purchase Agreement to me, I will review it and advise you of provisions and how they will affect your purchase. I will also very often recommend changes to be incorporated into the agreement to better protect your interests. The new home agreements are lengthy and contain many provisions which may be contrary to your interest. This is your opportunity to know what you are agreeing to and to avoid agreeing to something you did not bargain for. I highly recommend that you have all builder’s agreements reviewed by a real estate lawyer in Kamloops before signing a legally binding Agreement.
There are many title lawyers in Kamloops and while they can all technically process your transaction, Lisa Denham Law Office processes many real estate transactions in Kamloops and has a reputation for being personable and getting the job done right, the first time for her clients.