Nuances when buying secondary housing many believe that the purchase of secondary housing is most justified, or rather acceptable. People’s minds are affected by the stereotype “used-means not very expensive”, and consumers rush to search for options in the secondary market.
Perhaps this approach is justified, but secondary apartments are not only savings, it is also a big risk. The right of ownership, of course, must be confirmed by certain documents. The seller must have a contract of sale (and a valid one), or a certificate of inheritance, perhaps a gift agreement, or court decisions that turned the seller into the owner. Continue reading
How to enter into a lease agreement correctly there are some risks for both the landlord and the renter. In order to avoid fraud, conflicts and all sorts of unpleasant situations, you should make a lease agreement that will regulate the relationship of the parties. With a properly executed contract, you can assert your rights in the event of disputes, including in court.
Before entering into a lease agreement, it is necessary to check the documents of the landlord and his ownership of the premises-the certificate, the contract of sale. Continue reading