Most sellers prepare their property to make it as presentable as possible to attract a buyer.
Prudent sellers do the same thing from a legal perspective. They engage their lawyer early, undertake a due diligence of the property and complete the sale contract to minimise the risks and be certain they can proceed immediately if an acceptable offer is received. Remember, if you market the property before the contract is complete and available at the point of sale you (and the agent) are committing an offence.
To assist property sellers, view/download the following documents:
Talk to us before you sign an agreement to appoint a real estate agent – there can be issues with the fine print of these agreements that we can identify and resolve.
Watch the short video below and for further advice on how we help residential property buyers read this page.