Are you Ready to Contact a Real Estate Notary Public?

December 4, 2019 | Published by

Are you ready to contact a real estate notary public?

As a firm that specializes in real estate notary services, we’ve seen the housing market change drastically in the past couple of years. Last year, a policy-driven slump drove the 2018 real estate market to transition towards a buyer’s market, after many solid years of growing housing prices.

Earlier in the year, we provided insights from our real estate notary public as to opportunities for buyers to consider entering the market. Now, at the end of the year, data from Bloomberg indicates that monthly sales are starting to recover from the dip first noted in 2018.

What does this mean for you?

Whether you are a potential new homeowner or investor, this is an interesting trend to see and learn from. Even though the real estate market goes up and down, over time, trends always bounce back.

Imagine living in the years 2012 through 2016 – the ever-increasing number of sales makes for a very strong seller’s market. A wave of policies introduced in 2016 including the empty homes tax can suddenly shift the market towards a downward trend – only to bounce back in 2017 and now in 2019.

The takeaway is – nothing lasts forever, and change is bound to happen. Opportunities will come and go. Whether or not you should choose to buy or sell property should solely depend on your own life situation and whether or not you are willing to shoulder the risk.

Taking on risk is something that is unique to each person’s preferences – how much risk are you willing to take, and for how long? When it comes to buying and selling real estate in Vancouver, the answer to that question is unique to each situation.

What’s not unique to each situation is taking on risk when performing the actual transaction. When making perhaps the biggest purchase of your life, you want to minimize the risk of error as much as possible. This is why at Vancouver Downtown Notary, our notaries are here to help you ensure that your transaction takes place with minimal hassle.

Contact a real estate notary public today

If you’re considering buying or selling property, you should find a real estate notary public ahead of time to help in the conveyancing process. Our notaries public will be able to help you in the conveyance of property in BC. With our average 5-star rating on Google, our notaries public aim to service you quickly, effectively and without error. 

In our quest to provide hassle-free notary services, we even provide mobile real estate notary services during the busy holiday month of December. Contact our real estate notary public today to schedule an appointment!