Notary Office Den Beer Poortugael

Buying a property

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Buying a house?

Buying an existing house
Buying a house is not an everyday decision for most people. It is therefore logical that you want to be sure that everything is arranged properly. Normally, the buyer of a house decides at which notary the transfer will take place. The notary office ensures that the whole process (the delivery and the mortgage) runs as smoothly as possible for you behind the scenes.

Deed of delivery
To gain ownership of a house, it must be transferred on paper and registered in the Land Registry. This is done by means of a deed of transfer. This deed is prepared by the clerks. To make sure that there are no mistakes in the deeds, the personal details of all those involved and the rights to the house and land are examined by the notary's office.

The actual transfer
At the notary's office, normally the sellers, the buyers and the notary sign the deed of transfer. After signing the deed the notary will ensure that the deed is registered with the Land Registry. Only when the deed is properly registered at the Land Registry you officially become the owner of the house.

For more information or any questions, please contact us (by phone). Would you like to request a quotation? This can be done quickly and easily online via our website.

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Buying a flat?

Also for the transfer of a flat, you need a deed of transfer to become the owner of the flat. In addition to the transfer of the flat, however, the transfer of your share in the communal areas must also be transferred to you. The deed of transfer for a flat is therefore more complicated.

It is only logical that you want to be sure that everything is arranged properly. We ensure that the whole process (the delivery and the mortgage) goes as smoothly as possible for you behind the scenes.

For more information or any questions, please contact us (by phone).

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Land / new construction

For the transfer of a piece of land on which you are going to build your new house, you need a deed of transfer. This deed will be registered in the Land Registry. The transfer of land can be tricky, especially if the cadastral boundaries of the piece of land have not yet been fully established and defined.

We ensure that the whole process (the delivery and the mortgage) goes as smoothly as possible for you behind the scenes.

Would you like to request a quotation? You can do this quickly and easily online. Fill in the form and Caroline will usually contact you within one working day.

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Division of the home

When you end your relationship and one of you continues to live in your joint home, the part of the ownership of the home of the one who leaves must be transferred to the one who remains. This is done by means of a deed of division. After being signed by both of you and the notary, this deed is registered in the Land Registry.

It is only logical that you want to be sure that everything is arranged properly. We ensure that the whole process (the division/assignment and possibly the mortgage) runs as smoothly as possible for you behind the scenes.

If you would like more information on this subject, please feel free to contact us. We will be happy to answer your questions.

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Contact

You can contact our office in the following ways:

Phone:  040 - 219 84 00
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Visiting Address:
Tramstraat 35A 
5611 CN Eindhoven


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