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  • What exactly is broom swept condition?

    What exactly is broom swept condition?

    When taking possession of a new home, what does broom swept condition actually mean?

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  • Five tips for a quick closing to your mortgage refinance

    Five tips for a quick closing to your mortgage refinance

    Five tips to accelerate the closing of your mortgage refinance

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  • What is a trust agreement in Real Estate?

    What is a trust agreement in Real Estate?

    In most cases, the beneficial and legal owners of a property are one and the same, but they can be separate individuals through a “trust agreement”.  Simply put, a trust agreement is a legal tool to separate the legal and beneficial owners of the property. What are “legal owners”? The legal owners are the persons… Continue reading What is a trust agreement in Real Estate?

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  • Can you close your Alberta property from out-of-province?

    Can you close your Alberta property from out-of-province?

    When purchasing an Alberta property, you can close your transaction virtually and save time and money.

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  • My seller won’t close.  Now What?

    My seller won’t close. Now What?

    We’ve all heard of buyer’s remorse. But what if a seller won’t close? Finally. You signed an agreement last night to buy your dream home.  You’re so excited that you can’t sleep.  You think about all those other homes you saw and lost out on.  All the bidding wars you’ve lost, and the emotional rollercoaster… Continue reading My seller won’t close. Now What?

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  • Conditions On An Offer:  Why They Matter

    Conditions On An Offer: Why They Matter

    Purchasing a home has a great deal of inherent risk, that is why sometimes buyers and sellers look to mitigate that risk by using certain protections when making an offer. That is where conditions on an offer to purchase come in. When a buyer’s offer is accepted by a seller, both parties are entered into… Continue reading Conditions On An Offer: Why They Matter

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