Selling your Property
If you are planning on selling your property it is important to know that you or a Real Estate Agent need a contract for sale before you can advertise your property for sale. You must have a draft Contract for Sale available to provide to any prospective purchasers. We will prepare this for you, provide a copy to your Agent then you can market your property for sale.Once you have negotiated the terms of the sale with a purchaser we will update the contract and liaise with the Agent and the Purchasers Conveyancer to organise “exchange”.
Exchange is when the purchaser becomes “legally bound” to complete the transaction. The purchaser is usually entitled to a 5 working day ‘cooling off’ period.
We will then contact your existing Lender to discharge the mortgage and arrange settlement on your behalf, if appropriate.
Once you have decided to sell you property, we will;
- Take your Instructions
- Prepare you contract for sale within 24 hours
- Send exchange ready contracts to your real estate agent
Once you have found a buyer, we will;
- Write to your Mortgagee and Organise Discharge of your mortgage
- Respond to the purchasers representative in relation to any changes that they request
- Prepare all necessary documents to ensure settlement takes place
- Arrange settlement
- Take care of all your needs in accordance with your instructions
Engaging the services of Strictly Conveyancing has made the process of
buying development properties and selling multiple units at once has
been the best decision I have made. They assisted our building company
from start to finish and made the process smooth and stress free from
subdivision to registration right through to settlement. We have used
other solicitors and conveyancers in the past but the level of service
from Strictly Conveyancing is second to none. I would not hesitate in
referring them to anyone whether to other builders or friends, family or
~ Mickey Beaini
Beaini Projects Pty Ltd