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When you begin working with your listing agent, you will need a number of documents to help market and sell your property. Below is a list of some key paperwork that is required to list your home.
- Deed or Registration Certificate – If you have a copy of the deed or registration certificate to your property, have it ready for your agent.
- Location Certificate/Building Location Certificate – this document will be asked for by most buyers in any offer and it is therefore good to provide it to your agent at the time of listing.
- Current Tax Amount – Pull out last year’s property tax assessments, and records of how much you pay in annual property tax – buyers will want to know that information before making an offer.
- Recent Heating and Utility Bills – Your last 12 months heating and electrical bills, buyers will normally want to see this information as well, prior to making any offer. If this information is not readily available ask your agent for assistance in tracking it down.
- Restrictive Covenants / Condo Bylaws – our agent will need to know what potential buyers and sellers are allowed to do on the their property – in newer subdivisions or condos these rules limit the uses for the owners.
- Copies of receipts for any work done. It is always good to be able to validate what you have spent on renovations.
- Copies of any warranties that will transfer to the buyers – whether they are appliance warranties, or even a new home warranty, make a copy available to potential buyers.