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Steps to Buying a Home

Steps to buying a home in Tremblant

Steps to buying a home in TremblantThe steps to buying a home in Tremblant are pretty simple. Buying Mont Tremblant real estate is not much different than if you were buying a property in the United States. When purchasing Mont Tremblant chalets or condos a buyer would typically first contact a Realtor in the area. Most home buyers in Canada choose to use a real estate agent when buying a home.


Realtors can be found by word of mouth, from the internet or from the many real estate brochures that are distributed throughout the city. all most all Tremblant real estate agents and brokerages in the region advertise their properties through brochures which they then distributed in restaurants, shops, bars and grocery stores.


Once you have selected a Realtor you will then be given access to the Canadian MLS, a general real estate database where all realtors list their Mont Tremblant chalets for rent and for sale.


Using the MLS, realtors will start their search, email their clients prospective properties and then schedule visits so that they can take their client to see these properties in person. Well-organized Realtors in will be able to show about eight properties per day to a client.


Once a client has found a property they are interested the agent will draft the contract with the clients offer and it will be presented to the seller. If the offer is accepted then a ‘Contract to Buy’ the property is written and sent to both the buyer and seller for a signature. The contracts used in a Mont Tremblant real estate transaction are standard throughout in the Province of Quebec, however they still have legal implications so it is important to review them in detail with your real estate agent and with your lawyer.


After the offer is signed by both parties, the due diligence period starts. During this time the potential buyer will have a chance to hire an inspector to a non-invasive examination of the condition of a home. Based on the inspectors findings the client may then decide to move forward, renegotiate or cancel his contract.


If you are contemplating buying a chalet or condo in Mont-Tremblant and it is not your hometown we suggest that you enlist the help of the best real estate professionals you can find including a Realtor, home inspector, lawyer or anyone else that can represent you during your transaction.