Buyer's Guide

Once you decide to purchase a property in Trinidad and Tobago, a sale agreement is should be signed and a ten percent deposit is usually paid into escrow, which is held by either the broker or lawyer involved in the transaction. Following this both parties are given 90 days to meet their end of the agreement. During this time it is advisable to hire a lawyer to do all the required searches on the property to ensure it has vacant possession and is free of all encumbrances, and to do the conveyancing of the property on your behalf.


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