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    How do I make an offer in Ontario?
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    An offer is effectively a statement saying that the buyer proposes to buy a property for a certain price and certain term. In Ontario, making an offer usually occurs when you sign a written agreement. This agreement can be called Offer to Purchase or Agreement of Purchase and Sale. This agreement should state how much you are willing to offer for the property, names of the seller and buyer, what should be included in the purchase and other conditions.

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