A mortgage deed for your dream house
Will you choose a house in the woods, or would you prefer an apartment in the heart of the city? Wherever your dream house may be, buying a house comes with a lot of legal hassle. Because almost no one can pay for a house completely with their own money. So you borrow money from the bank, with your dream house as collateral. Your notary understands that agreements between you and the bank have to be documented correctly. We do this in a mortgage deed.
Your notary’s mortgage deed
Legally and financially, a number of things have to be arranged very well when buying a house. Your notary will explain what risk you face and which rules you have to stick to. The agreements between you and the lender are recorded in the mortgage deed. Before this deed can be signed, it is important that the deed of conveyance (proof of ownership of the house) has been signed. You (and possibly your partner) and the notary will then sign the mortgage deed. One of our office employees will represent the money lender.
Your life. Your dream house. Your notary.
At your notary, your personal story is key. Your notary listens, asks questions, and creates clear agreements in the mortgage deed. Once the mortgage deed is signed, you can enjoy the future in your new home, worry-free.