Conveyancers / Solicitors

Conveyancers / Solicitors have a key role to play in ensuring the ongoing success of Homes for Homes.
If you’re client is getting ready to sell their ‘Homes for Homes’ property, the below information outlines the steps that will need to be followed to ensure a smooth sale and settlement process.
If you’re client is getting ready to buy their property, there is nothing that you are required to do at this stage. However to ensure a smooth sale and settlement process, familiarize yourself with the below steps that the seller is required to undertaken before and during settlement.
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Getting ready to Sell a ‘Homes for Homes’ Property
Step 1: Disclosing Homes for Homes in the Contract of Sale (link to section)
The seller needs to inform you and any other prospective buyers that the property is registered to Homes for Homes. They do this by disclosing information about the Homes for Homes ‘Permissive Caveat’ that is on the title, in the contract of sale.
For more information click here – Step 2: Complete a ‘Consent to Transfer and Mortgage’ Form.
The seller must complete a ‘Consent to Transfer and Mortgage’ Form and provide a copy both to the Land Titles office at settlement and the incoming purchaser. This form ensures the Homes for Homes permissive caveat transfers with the property title (and into the name of the incoming purchaser).
For more information click here – Step 3: Making the Homes for Homes Donation (link to section)
If you’re client is getting ready to buy a property that is registered to Homes for Homes, to ensure a smooth sale and settlement process, the seller will be required to undertake .