Understanding your sales agreement
After you have purchased your home, your Sales Representative is your contact for any specific questions about your Purchase Agreement and can also provide direction regarding financing your home.
Provide financing/lawyer information
To coordinate your occupancy/closing and finalize the sale, we need your financing information. Our Sales Representatives require up-to-date contact information and notifications of any changes for the lawyer facilitating your occupancy/closing – this information is crucial to ensure things go smoothly through the home owning process.
Key Information from your Sales Agreement
Standard features and finishes
We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the included features for your home, which are outlined in your Agreement of Purchase and Sale, as this may differ from a Show Home or previous year’s specifications.
Reverse mirror image plan
Depending on the type of home you have purchased, the layout of your finished home may be a reverse mirror image of the floor plans shown in the marketing materials or Agreement of Purchase and Sale. Please keep this in mind when purchasing appliances such as fridges and dryers, as you have to select which way the door swings.
At Minto Communities, we are fully committed to building a quality home that both you and Minto can be proud of and one that will bring you many years of enjoyment. Although we strive to complete your home by your initial occupancy/close date, there is always the possibility of an unforeseen construction delay when building a new home.
Your purchase agreement outlines that your occupancy/closing date may change. Please keep in contact with your dedicated Customer Experience Coordinator, who will be able to provide you updates as we proceed with the construction of your home.
Minto Communities provides you with a conditional period after you sign your agreement to give you the complete confidence in the Minto home you have purchased. This window of time (also referred to as rescission period) is between when you sign your Agreement of Purchase and Sale and the prescribed deadline for when the deal becomes firm. You can check your agreement or ask your Sales Representative for details.
The conditional period is the right and only time for you to review your agreement and be certain that you are completely confident in your decision. After the conditional period, we won’t be able to accommodate any further changes to your agreement, such as the model, lot, elevation or exterior colour package of your new home.
This is why we call our customers ‘Homeowners’ because once your conditional period is done, it’s a done (firm) deal!