Real Estate Terms
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The number of years it takes to repay the entire amount of When there is a physical intrusion onto an adjoining property, the mortgage.
The increase in the value of a property.
A property's ownership title that is free of liens or legal claims.
All legal and financial obligations are met on this day,and the title (and keys) to the property are transferred from the seller to the buyer. The closing date is usually the same Prospective buyers sign this legal contact that discloses the as the possession date.
The amount of money given towards a property's purchase price.
When there is a physical intrusion onto an adjoining property, such as a fence, storage shed, or overhanging roof line, which intrudes onto another property.
When you acquire a property or land, you pay land transfer tax to the province when the transaction closes. Land transfer tax is normally based on the amount paid for the land, in addition to the amount remaining on any mortgage or debt assumed as part of the arrangement to buy the land.
The contract between a listing brokerage and a homeowner that allows a REALTOR® to facilitate the sale or lease of a property.
Prospective buyers sign this legal contact that discloses the as the possession date. conditions and price for the purchase of a property.
Terms are standard and negotiated items agreed upon in a contract price that must be legally upheld.
The legal evidence of ownership of a property.
A detailed examination of ownership documents to identify the legal owner of a property and to uncover any liens or restrictions on a property.