You are about to negotiate a contract for the purchase or sale of real estate in British Columbia. The effect of conditions on the contract allowed either party having the condition to perform more careful examination of the property and to have others answer questions if necessary, prior to completion. Once conditions are removed, the contract is firm and the parties must complete. All contracts for the purchase and sale of real estate must be in writing otherwise they are merely discussions and are not enforceable.
ONCE YOU SIGN THE CONTRACT, YOU CANNOT CHANGE YOUR MIND & DECIDE NOT TO GO AHEAD.
Ask your realtors about subjects and conditions you would like to include in the contract.
MANY BUYERS BELIEVE THAT BY WRITING A CONTRACT WITHOUT CONDITIONS, THEY HAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF GETTING THEIR OFFER ACCEPTED. HOWEVER, BUYERS MUST BE AWARE THAT THERE IS RISK IN THIS STRATEGY AND BUYERS AND SELLERS ARE ALWAYS CAUTIONED TO ENSURE THAT THE CONTRACT THEY SIGN TRULY REPRESENTS THEIR INTENTION.