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Guide to Buying Property in Grenada- Becoming the Owner

  • If you are obtaining a loan, ensure that your loan funds would be ready for the completion date.

  • If you are not obtaining a loan, ensure that you have provided your attorney-at-law with the funds in advance of the completion date.

  • Inform your attorney-at-law whether any building on the property needs keys to enter and has utility connections.  

  • Ensure you inspect the property again just before closing.
  • If there are tenants whom you will keep, upon completion, notify them of the change of ownership.

  • Obtain a copy of your executed conveyance and letter from your attorney-at-law to take to the utility company to do the transfer since it is likely that you will not receive your deed, processed by the Deeds and Land Registry of Grenada, for a few weeks.

  • Identify somewhere safe to keep all the documentation related to your property.

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