Once you have made the decision to sell your home, there are some important things that you need to consider with the help of your representative:
The selling process
This will be influenced by the market conditions and the buyer but is usually different from the asking price.
Once an offer has been accepted, the buyer will place a deposit on the property. This deposit will be applied against the purchase price when the sale closes.
This includes the total price the buyer is offering and the financing details.
This is a series of requirements that must be fulfilled prior to closing. The sale may be subject to such things as a home inspection, the sale of the purchaser’s property and/or the buyer obtaining financing.
This is a list of furnishes, appliances, decorative items, fixtures, etc. that are being included or excluded from the sale.
In general, the closing date is the day that the seller will receive the funds and the title will be transferred to the buyer. In BC, the possession date is usually 1 to 3 days after the closing date.
The seller of a property in Whistler is responsible for the following costs:
For more information on selling a property in Whistler, feel free to get in touch.