CONGRATULATIONS! Harb & Co. has successfully negotiated the offer on your new home. The following 30-60 days (the exact length depends on what was negotiated in the Purchase Agreement) will be a flurry of activity. The team coordinating your purchase and you will diligently work together towards a common goal—the transfer of title. Consequently, here’s what to expect after the offer is accepted:
- Preliminary Title Reports – Review carefully. If necessary, ask your Title Officer questions or for copies of documents to show the exact location of any easements.
- Termite Reports – on II). If this is a contingency of your transaction, the property will be certified to be free of active infestation before closing escrow.
- Condominium Documents (CC&Rs, By-laws, Articles of Incorporation, Financial Statements, Budgets, and minutes to Homeowner’s Associations Meetings) – Your C.P.A., attorney, or in some instances, the President of the Homeowner’s Association can usually answer questions regarding condominium documents
Indeed, after the offer is accepted, it is important to sign, approve, or disapprove all paperwork within the time frames established in the Purchase Agreement. At this time, steps are taken to ensure that any other stipulated conditions (contingencies) will be met within the time frame outlined in the Purchase Agreement.
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