Whether or not this is your first purchase, a notary is the best person to inform, guide and protect you throughout the real estate purchase process.
During real estate transactions, a notary performs work for the seller, including ensuring the seller’s mortgage loan is paid, so the seller must assume the fees accordingly.
Purchase offer and preliminary contract
As legal experts in real estate law, notaries can draw up all necessary preliminary contracts—purchase offer, offer to sell, counter-offer, promise to purchase and promise to sell—up to the signing of the act of sale.
Purchase and sale (undivided co-ownership)
Undivided co-ownership is subject to specific rules. As experts in real estate law, notaries can advise you in the purchase or sale of property held in undivided co-ownership.
Condominium (divided co-ownership)
Divided co-ownership is a specific form of ownership. To avoid unpleasant surprises during the purchase or sale process, a notary can guide you through each step.