First things first: Let’s get that mortgage approved! This will ensure we are ready to make a quick move on a property when we find your perfect home. I can refer you to a few very good mortgage brokers to help with this part of the process if necessary.

Make An Offer

Contract of Purchase and Sale

We will determine a price we are comfortable with and produce a contract of purchase and sale which will include closing dates, deposit amount and subject clauses to insure that the property is in great condition.

These will include Inspection, read and approve all documents, confirm financing, arrange insurance, a copy of the title search, review the property disclosure, etc.

Read more about components of an offer.

When we are all satisfied that all the subjects have been met, we will meet to sign removals. At this point in the process we will arrange for and provide the deposit.


Let’s meet at my office to discuss exactly what you are looking for when it comes to your perfect home. We’ll cover everything from location to square footage, restrictions and construction. I will arrange the showings and pick up or meet you for each appointment and open house tour.

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Moving In

Transferring Title

Prior to completion we will need to arrange for a lawyer or notary, book movers and notify the strata property management.
Approximately 2 weeks before you move into your new home we will arrange to change your address with Canada post, change over cable, hydro, internet and phone, etc.

Final step will be meeting with the lawyer and then meeting with me at your new home to get the keys!


Above the 5 percent down there will be other costs when it comes to buying.
  • Inspection: Highly recommended.
  • From $400 to $800.
  • Appraisal: If required for financing.
  • Lawyer or notary fees
  • Moving costs


Property transfer tax which is 1 percent on the first $200,000 and 2 percent on the balance.

If the home is new product or a new build there will be a Harmonized sales tax of 5 percent.


The government provides grants and rebates to property buyers.

From the RRSP Home Buyers Plan, First Time Home Buyers, New Home Buyers, tax credits and more.

Contact Us

2105 W 38th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6M 1R8

(778) 837-7571