What To Remember When Selling Property In Vancouver

March 12, 2018 | Published by

Before you look for a real estate notary public or lawyer to help you sell a house in Vancouver, consider their role in the conveyancing process.

If you’re not sure about what a “conveyance” means, we’re prepared several articles on the topic in our notary resources section. Simply put, a conveyance is the transfer of ownership of real estate from the seller to the purchaser.

Performing a conveyance correctly is of utmost importance when selling real estate in Vancouver.

Misjudging costs when making, potentially, the biggest sale of your life is a daunting thought. When you hire a real estate lawyer or notary public, a big part of their job is to ensure that you understand exactly what you are signing and why it requires your signature.

Your notary public or lawyer will be able to act on your behalf to protect your interests. You are entrusting them to perform the following:

  • Review all documents provided by your buyer’s lawyer, to ensure there are no unexpected clauses or flaws.
  • Be able to explain relevant concepts and acknowledgements in the documents you will be signing.
  • Ensure that your old mortgage has been properly discharged, and that no outstanding fees are due.
  • Arrange for you to sign the proper documentation.
  • Prepare a statement to outline where money is disbursed, and ensure that you receive the proper proceeds of the sale.

With the above in mind, you should be able to build a rapport with your lawyer or notary public. This is why at Morris Notary, we strive to make notarization and conveyancing as straightforward and convenient as possible for our clients.

With nearly 100 positive reviews on Google, you can trust Morris Notary to conveniently and efficiently handle any notarization needs you may have.

Some of our five-star reviews include:

“We had two difficult back-to-back completions, and Kieran and his team did an amazing job. They went above and beyond in terms of reaching out to the Buyer’s Lawyer, liaising with the lender, and keep all the parties informed throughout the process. I would strongly recommend them for conveyancing of any real estate deal.” – Emina D.

At the end of the day, our lawyers and notaries public are here to help you with any legal notarization needs. Whether you need a Will, Power of Attorney, or conveyancing services, we are here to help you get the job done right, the first time.

For more information, please contact notary public and lawyer Kieran Morris at (778)819.8553 for all your notarization and conveyancing needs.