Upon receipt, presentation and negotiation of any offer to purchase:

  • To become aware of buyers’ legal situation and its impact on their legal capacity to buy:
    matrimonial regime, corporation, identity check, etc.;
  • To take into account your requirements with regard to the desired selling price and the main
    conditions, including the date of taking possession;
  • To use deadlines that will respect your restrictions and priorities, in addition to managing them;
  • To prepare counter-offers as well as required contractual clauses and other possible responses;
  • To ensure a close follow-up to obtain prompt lifting of all the conditions contained in the
    promise to purchase, and in particular those relating to the ability to pay the agreed amount,
    obtaining financing from the buyer and inspection of the property;
  • To coordinate the timing of the sale and vacating of your property with the purchase and
    taking possession of another property to be acquired.

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