Once the negotiations are complete, you’ll receive the finalized contract with all parties’ signatures. This document is more formally known as The Agreement of Purchase and Sale. Your REALTOR® will now be working through the following:

-  Reviewing the finalized contract to ensure all information displayed is accurate and that all dates can be met in a timely fashion.

- Walking you through the Sale Process (typically this means re-explaining the documents and filling you in on what's now happening).

- Arranging appointments for Lenders or Home Inspectors to access your home.

- Following up to ensure all conditions are met by their required due date (ie. Financing).

- Returning keys to you or arranging to turn them over to your lawyer in your absence.

- The Buyer's REALTOR® will be verifying any financing requirements with the Buyer's lending institution, which may require a further appointment by an appraiser to visit your home to ensure its value to secure the Buyer's loan (mortgage).

- The Buyer's lawyer will be acting on behalf of the Buyer concurrently to perform searches on your property to ensure title is clear (ie. ensuring there are no proerty taxes in arrears).

- Assisting you in your selection of a Lawyer if you have not already selected one.

- Sending the finalized paperwork to your Lawyer.

- Gathering any supplementary documents required to send to your Lawyer (waivers, amendments, surveys, etc.)

- Fielding any queries relating to the sale. These may be from Buyers wondering what your home sold for, your Lawyer needing clarification on documents, or, other REALTORS®.