Buying any property, whether Villa, private house or apartment in a high-rise building is not easy and requires a thorough approach. The main task in the transaction of purchase and sale is not a visual inspection of the purchased object, and scrupulous checking of all necessary documents.

The list of necessary documents when buying a country house and land

The key to a successful, and most importantly – safe for the buyer of the transaction of purchase and sale of real estate is a so-called "ideal" set of documents, which consists of the following notarized papers:

- certificate of state registration of ownership home, which should be included with the contract of sale and instruments of privatization;

- certificate of state registration of rights to use land, which may be the property of the seller, the object of the lease, permanent use, lifelong inheritable possession. To the certificate shall be accompanied by the title documents (the data type of the specified documents actually in the certificate);

In addition to the two certificates with all necessary documents, should contain the cadastral passport at house and land; technical and boundary plans for land, technical passport at home; a notarized statement of the marital status of the seller; documents confirming the absence of debts on municipal payments.


With the purchase of cottages and land should be aware of some important nuances that an unscrupulous seller may try to hide.

Not often, but there are cases when the seller does not have any documents that would confirm his right to the property, however, solemnly swear that the cottage and land belong to him and no one else. Better with these sellers not to enter into any transactions, and if the cottage is much like, it is necessary to force the seller to execute all necessary documents. Also, do not give the Deposit to the seller that does not have the appropriate documentation.

The document, which will be sure to pay close attention when making the purchase and sale of property – marriage certificate of the seller. If the person is married, the object offered for sale, legally belongs to his wife (spouse) also. In order to protect themselves from possible litigation by one of the spouses must be obtained from all property owners notarized consent.