Military relocation in Canada frequent questions and answers. You just found out you got posted to another Canadian location. You want to find relevant information on Canadian military relocation. This Questions and Answers section list soem of the military relocation frequent questions. It should help you gain a general picture. It includes some of the most common questions we receive at Canada’s Mortgage Broker Team, the Wilson Team.
Lets look at some of the most frequent military relocation questions.
It generally a full day or 2 is put aside for visiting homes and getting to know the neighbourhoods. The negotiation can take some time often 2-3 days! Then you need another day for the inspection. In short plan for a full day of looking at homes.
Yes. It is your property. So you can list it and sell it. If you receive an offer before you get your actual posting message just make the offer conditional on you receiving the message.
Be aware that many buyers will not agree to this condition or agree for a few days only. You can however, start the process of listing your property. Paint the walls, fix or upgrade certain items, declutter, paint if necessary. Make your property ready for showings.
It depends. If you already received a solid offer or there is a lot of interest in your property you could start looking at new homes. There are certain situations where you can get permission.
In most cases however you will have to sell your home first. When you are on your HHt trip you should be in the position to buy a home. So sell first to make sure you don’t need to pay for a second HHT.
Yes, you can. You don’t want to wait to meet your Brookfield rep. It may take a while. When the real estate season is busy take advantage.
In short, there is no problem listing or even selling your property before you meet with your Brookfield rep.