When thinking about selling your condo in London Ontario, besides the price and whom you select to represent you, you may want to get in touch with your London Ontario condo corporation before you list it on MLS.
99% of the time, if you and the buyer agree on a price, there will be a condition clause that states that the buyer's lawyer will have 7-10 days to review the status certificate provided by the condo management company.
The buyer's lawyer is looking at the financial status of the corporation, to see if there are any unpaid condo fees or assessments from you if there are any infractions, such as a screen missing, an unauthorized addition such as a deck, satellite dish etc.
You would be surprised at the number of hasty remedies, discussions that occur if a lawyer finds out some things that you were not aware of.
To ensure a smooth sale, take the time and effort to find out if there are any issues that could affect the final sale of your condo in London Ontario.
The above step is only one of many we take to help our client's sale go smoother with fewer headaches and no surprises!
It is the professional way and when we take on a townhouse to list it for sale, we order and pay the fee ourselves so that we effectively sell your townhouse quicker and with fewer hiccups!