Spotted your dream home?
Rotsvast’s website has a large offering of properties for sale, the available selection being updated daily. When you are interested in one of our listings, we will be glad to make an appointment with you to schedule a viewing. In this, Rotsvast upholds the interests of the seller. You too can choose to have your interests upheld by your own purchasing agent.
Bring your own purchasing agent along!
Rotsvast is your trusted partner, from viewing properties through to the final decision, and also regularly supports buyers in purchasing a suitable property. While you check if the house meets your criteria, we will be busy delving deeper;
- What is the maintenance situation like?
- Are there any deficiencies?
- Is it useful to have a (structural/architectural) building inspection done?
- What’s the ownership situation?
- How does the local Home-Owners’ Association work?
- Are there any land use plans? Is there an energy label and what are the environmental aspects like?
Your Rotsvast purchasing agent will be able to quickly retrieve this information and incorporate it in the purchase advice and the negotiations.
From negotiation to purchase agreement
It is now important to determine the right bidding strategy and the best starting bid.
If your final bid is accepted, the agreed-to terms will be documented in a purchase agreement including questionnaire, list of materials left behind in the property and (if applicable) a Home-Owners’ Association checklist.
Transfer of ownership at the notary office
The property will be inspected thoroughly and the electricity, gas and water readings recorded on the agreed-to date of transfer. The notarial documents will have been checked by Rotsvast, and the calculation of the financial breakdown will also be reconfirmed. It is now only a matter of signing the deed of transfer at a notary office. The notary will register you in the Kadaster (registry of deeds) as the new owner.