At Kirk Larsen & Ascanius, advice on buying residential property focuses on providing the buyer with impartial advice to ensure that negotiations as well as completion of the entire buying process proceed without complications.
The contract of sale is prepared by the seller’s estate agent who solely represents the seller during the buying process. Keeping this in mind, you need us to go through all conditions of the contract for you. The appendices to the contract of sale may contain conditions of great importance to you and your requests; for instance easements may be registered on the property restricting your possibilities to renovate or make a house extension, and the land may be contaminated.
You can rely on the fact that we are on top of the law – and you get an overview and are able to consider all aspects relating to the property before you commit yourself by signing the contract of sale.
You will be assigned a specific contact person throughout the entire process, who will provide you with relevant and qualified advice on all occasions.
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We go through the contract of sale and other contract documents, and we will contact the estate agent in case we find that some aspects need further clarification.
You will receive our advice letter containing among other things
We will forward a final approval of the transaction to the estate agent.
We will receive a draft digital title deed and completion statement from the seller’s estate agent/adviser and we will make sure that all tasks are performed, either directly by us or by guiding you through the process, and in that way keeping you safe until the transaction is completed.
Finally, you will receive a transcript of the registered digital title deed.
You will find the most frequently asked questions related to house buying by activating this link.
Partner and attorney Carsten Holmgaard is member of Danske Boligadvokater (an association of Danish lawyers specialising in the purchase and/or rental of real property) and he has provided advice to individuals and businesses for 35 years – with sale and purchase of real property as his area of specialisation.
Danske Boligadvokater is a national association consisting of well over 150 lawyers, who all provide advice at a high professional level in relation to housing matters. The members of the association have been given the seal of approval as ”BOLIGadvokater” in the business sector, as they solely work to the code of conduct relating to sale and purchase of real property which is agreed between the Danish Bar and Law Society and the National Consumer Council.