When embarking on a significant transaction like selling a property, it’s crucial to be well-informed. The following tips will help save you time and money, as well as provide you with the confidence that comes from transparency in pricing, including $300 worth of disbursements.
Prepare a Contract
A written contract is necessary for every property sale. Before promoting your property or organising an open house, ensure that a contract is prepared for potential buyers. Our team will create a customised contract for you, eliminating any hurdles during the sale process.
Address Outstanding Debts
Unpaid bills associated with your property will be transferred to the new owner upon sale. Buyers will require that all outstanding debts be settled before completing the transaction. Organise your finances and clear any remaining debts to ensure a seamless sale.
Verify Inclusions and Exclusions
Selling a property involves more than just transferring ownership. Buyers may want to clarify the inclusions and exclusions in the sale. Are the curtains, the grill, or the chandelier included? Engage a conveyancer to verify these specifics, so you know precisely what is being sold, avoiding any misunderstandings.
Ensure Timely Settlement
Avoiding settlement delays is crucial for a successful sale. The numerous tasks and details involved in selling a property can make it challenging to stay on schedule. Delays can lead to prolonged waiting times for funds or even jeopardise the entire transaction. Our team is here to provide the necessary support to ensure a timely settlement.
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