Buyer Program

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Sell and Buy with protections via Julien Tourmetz who offers you this free insurance program at no additional cost!

Set an appointment or register with your details to benefit from the Royal protection offered by Julien Tourmetz at julientourmetz@gmail.com

Source: https://www.royallepage.ca/fr/immobilier/protection-royale/

Buying a property is not easy! It sounds easy but what to buy? In which neighborhood?Are you protected by the Real Estate Brokerage Act?

Obtain market and property information to maximize your chances of getting the best deal! Avoid wasting time on the choice of bad addresses, avoid being in a multi-offer situation and if their is a case of a multi-offer, the expertise of a broker will allow you once again to have the best assets to get the best result in such a situation.

Do we pay too much for the property? Are we well protected before-during-after the transaction? How to manage the legality of the communication of information? How to protect and manage the clauses and deadlines of a promise to purchase? The broker must effectively ensure the validity of property documents as a notary who will do a few weeks before the act only. Is there a dispute that affects the property? One or more legal mortgages against the seller? How to manage the building inspection with deadlines, legally and what to do in an item that would reduce the value of the property?

The real estate broker’s job takes all its values and importance when he takes care of and studies the documents and information concerning a property. Because he engages his professional responsibility, his code of ethics, the real estate broker has the duty and the obligation to protect the client before and during the purchase process. Even after the notarial act, the broker is always available to help you. 

By partnering with the Royal Lepage Urbain agency, a leader in the real estate industry, Julien Tourmetz is your asset to help you excel in your real estate project. He will help you with Passion and Professionalism.

Bilingual services (French-English) focused on the client in accordance with the duties and obligations provided for by the Real Estate Brokerage Act, the recognized professional practices and the practices and rules of art.

 

 

THE COMPLETE BUYERS GUIDE : buyers-guide

 

With a real estate broker, you are well protected!

Doing business with a real estate broker ensures you are protected by law. The Real Estate Brokerage Act and various organizations regulate the profession of real estate broker so that consumers are served in a fair and competent manner. This gives you the assurance of being served by a highly qualified and well-trained professional.

Real Estate Brokerage Act

The primary purpose of the Real Estate Brokerage Act is to protect the public. To do this, it provides certain rules relating to the brokerage contract between the broker and the client who wishes to sell his property. These rules are similar to certain rules in the Consumer Protection Act.

Quebec’s self-regulatory organization for real estate brokerage

Created by the Real Estate Brokerage Act, the purpose of the OATQQ is to protect the public by supervising the practice of all real estate professionals. It is responsible for administering the examination leading to a certificate of practice, and ensuring that brokers continue to operate in accordance with applicable legislation and regulations. To learn more, visit www.oaciq.com.

Real Estate Compensation Fund

Each real estate broker contributes to the Real Estate Compensation Fund. The Fund has the power to compensate the consumer in the event of a problem in a real estate transaction, whether fraud, dishonest transaction or embezzlement. or goods. To learn more, visit www.oaciq.com.

Professional liability insurance

The professional liability insurance to which real estate brokers must subscribe provides additional financial protection to consumers in the event of fault, error, negligence or omission. This insurance covers claims of a civil nature and civil suits.

Source : Centris