RE/MAX Tranquilli-T Program
New Program offered to you FREE OF CHARGE!
Without a doubt, buying or selling a property is one of the most important transactions in people's lives today.
Your RE/MAX agent is very aware of this fact, and that's why he works in your best interest to make sure your dream come true. That's also why RE/MAX offers you exclusive protection, called Tranquilli-T.
If your transaction is delayed or cancelled…
Whether you're buying or selling a property, certain unforeseen situations may occur, such as financing withdrawal, job loss or a surveying problem. Such occurrences may delay and even cancel the signing of the deed of sale. With the RE/MAX Tranquilli-T program, if such a situation should occur anytime after all the conditions of the offer to purchase are met, the additional charges incurred over and above $300 are covered by the program for a period of 180 days, up to a maximum of $25,000.
If your buyer dies…
With the RE/MAX Tranquilli-T program, in the event of death of either the buyer or his/her spouse, you will be protected and the transaction will be guaranteed. In fact, between the time when all the conditions of the offer to purchase are met and the signing takes place at the notary's office, if the Estate no longer wants to buy the house, you're still paid the agreed upon selling price.
If you need legal assistance…
Whether you're buying or selling a property, the RE/MAX Tranquilli-T program provides you with free legal consultation as well as legal coverage, for any legal problem related to your transaction. Within twelve months after signing the deed of sale at the notary's office, if you should have a question or a concern, such as neighbour problems or if you have found a hidden defect, you have access to various resources in order to reach a favourable settlement:
• Free telephone consultation. Answers, advice or recommendations will be given to you by a lawyer who is competent in real estate transactions.• In the event that legal procedures become necessary, legal fees will be covered up to $5,000 per incident, up to a maximum limit of $10,000.