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Purchaser's Questionnaire

 

Thank you for choosing our firm to handle the closing of your residential real estate purchase.

Please complete this form and click on the “Submit” button at the end to send the completed form to our office. The information that you provide on this form will help start processing your file.If you are unsure of how to answer any question, please insert the words “I don’t know” in the field and we will contact you to discuss it with you.

Your contact information

For each person taking title to the property, please provide the following information:

 

Owner #1

Legal Name
Date of Birth
Marital Status
Name of Spouse

Owner #2

Legal Name
Date of Birth
Marital Status
Name of Spouse

Owner #3

Legal Name
Date of Birth
Marital Status
Name of Spouse
Your Home Address

Home phone
Work phone
Cell phone
Email


 

Title Instructions


If only one person is taking title to the property, then please move on to the next section.


If more than one person will be taking title to the property, then we need to know how the

owners wish to take title to the property. The owners can either take title to the property

as “joint tenants” or as “tenants in common.” What’s the difference? If the owners take title

to the property as joint tenants, then the owners will have one and the same interest in
the property. If one of the owners dies, the interest of the deceased owner will pass by right

of survivorship to the surviving owner(s), rather than to the deceased owner’s estate. If the

owners take title to the property as tenants in common, then each owner holds an undivided

interest in the property. If one of the owners dies, the interest of the deceased owner will not

pass by right of survivorship to the surviving owners. The interest of the deceased owner in

the property will devolve to the deceased’s estate and will have to be dealt with in the

deceased owner’s will.

Please indicate how you would like to take to the property:
Joint tenants Tenants in common

If the owners are taking title to the property as tenants in common, please indicate

the percentage interest that each owner will take in the property. (e.g. If John Smith

and Jane Smith are taking title to the property, John Smith could take a 50% interest
and Jane Smith could take a 50% interest or some other combination equaling 100%):


Please indicate which person(s) taking title to the property will be living in the property:




Land Transfer Tax Information

 

Please indicate whether the person(s) taking title to the property is/are at least

18 years of age:


Yes No

Please indicate whether the person(s) taking title to the property are occupying the

property as his/her/their principal residence no later than 9 months after the closing date?

Yes No

If “no”, please indicate which owner will not be occupying the property as his/her

principal residence no later than 9 months after the closing date:

Please indicate whether any person(s) taking title to the property previously

owned a home or an ownership interest in a home anywhere in the world at any time?


Yes No

If “yes”, please indicate which owner has previously owned a home or an ownership

interest in a home anywhere in the world at any time:


If any person(s) taking title to the property has/have a spouse, please indicate whether

such spouse has owned a home or had an ownership interest in a home, anywhere in

the world, while he or she was a spouse of the person(s) taking title to the property:


Yes No

If “yes”, please indicate which spouse has previously owned a home or an ownership

interest in a home anywhere in the world at any time:





Mortgage Information

 

Please indicate whether you are dealing directly with a mortgage lender or whether you

are dealing indirectly with a mortgage lender through a mortgage broker:

Please provide us with the following contact information regarding your mortgage lender or

mortgage broker:

Lender/Broker's Name
Contact Name
Address

Phone
Fax
email

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