Real estate and mortgage
Query: I am interested in buying a flat and I have seen one that I am interested in. What should I do before buying this flat, to avoid problems later?
Response: When buying a home, once you have decided on one that you are interested in, you should go to the land registry to verify whether the seller is the holder of the title and whether the property has any charges, such as a mortgage, seizure, etc. Moreover, if you are buying a home with community expenses, you should find out whether the seller has honoured all the payments. The property can be purchased through a private purchase-sale agreement or through a notarized deed. It is always advisable to be assisted by a lawyer who will check that everything is in keeping with the law and supervise every aspect of the transaction.
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