Considering that the selection and purchase of your condo is an important transaction, we have established a clear and simple procedure to better serve you. We have concisely listed all the major steps necessary for the purchase of one of our condos. It all begins with your first visit to our office where a member of our sales team will make it their priority to answer all your questions.
If you wish,our representative will orient you to financial institutions with whom we have negotiated advantageous mortgages rates for our clients. The bank will proceed with a quick evaluation of your financial situation in order to issue a letter of approval. Your rate will be valid for a period of 18 to 24 months.
Once we have received your letter of approval at the end of the ten-day grace period, the deal is finalized and you become the unit’s sole promisor-buyer until the signature of the notarial deed. You don’t have to pay the mortgage or the condo fees until the notarial deed is signed.
Meet with a member of our team who will help you with the customization of your condo. You will be assisted throughout the selection process, which includes flooring,countertops, kitchen cabinetry, tiling and much more. Your existing furniture and personal taste is considered throughout the whole process.
In the four weeks prior to the delivery of your unit, you will receive an email detailing the next steps to follow. At this point, we will contact our notary and your mortgage broker in order to transmit the last elements necessary in preparing for the delivery of the unit.
Shortly prior to the delivery of your condo, you will proceed with a final inspection of your unit, accompanied by a representative of the contractor. Verify that everything conforms to the expected specifications. A form is filled out with the contractor’s representative, and the work that remains to be done (if applicable) is detailed on the Guarantee Plan document. Both parties will signa Certificate of Final Completion before meeting with the notary.
The notarial deed can now be signed. The notary will proceed with the required adjustments,and will issue the declaration of co-ownership, the certificate of location and the bill of sale of your property. This will activate your Guarantee Plan forNew Residential Buildings (Maîtres Bâtisseurs) for a period of five years.