RE/MAX Oceanview Realty | 604-885-4313

Oct 1, 2012

Real estate contracts, like everything else these days, have become far more complex. What used to take 1 or 2 pages "back in the day" now requires 10 pages or more.

 

It’s no longer just about property and price. We now must cover off issues pertaining agency, remuneration and identity verification, in addition to the inspections and other due diligence steps that have become a part of our practice. BC's real estate market is extremely active and dynamic. That means we're often leaders in legislation and regulation. The result is, our real estate laws and procedures are among the most comprehensive in the world and that has led to lengthy, complex contracts of purchase and sale.

 

The good news is, drafting and understanding contracts is part of what we do for a living. It's our job to represent you and protect your interests. This is the heavy lifting – let us handle it!

 

SALES THIS WEEK: 13 (DET'D: 8; ATT'D: 5; LAND: 0)

NEW LISTINGS: 27

CURRENT LISTING COUNT: 1278 (HISTORICAL LOW - 745; HISTORICAL HIGH - 1396)

SALES TO LIST RATIO: 5% (UNDER 15% FAVOURS BUYERS, 15-22% BALANCED, 22+% FAVOURS SELLERS

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