4. The preliminary contract of sale

As soon as the property you have chosen is booked, we send all the necessary documents for a sale transaction to a notary. The notary prepares a preliminary contract of sale that familiarizes the parties with all the terms of the transaction.

When drafting a treaty, the following provisions should be taken into account:

  • the price of the acquired property and the date of payment;
  • terms of the property ownership transfer, debts and profits;
  • Lack of commitment on the part of the seller or assuming the buyer’s obligations;
  • a guarantee by the seller that there are no significant architectural and construction deficiencies;
  • a guarantee from the seller about the absence of old outstanding debts on the land plot;
  • the right to refuse the contract if there are significant shortcomings;
  • transition of the existing property insurance to the buyer.