NSW Law requires that a property owner or estate agent can place a property on the market but they must have a contract of sale prepared which is provided to a prospective purchaser.
Once seller & buyer have both agreed on a price and the conditions of the sale the contract is signed by all parties involved. Then the contracts are exchanged usually by the real estate agent or seller's Conveyancer.
This is a generic process & is not legal advice. Please discuss your specific situation with us.
Fixed professional fees & fully detailed costs upfront means that our clients are never surprised.
A Licensed Conveyancer handles your matter, assisted by an experienced matter owner to complete your matter timely & safely.
Our processes reduce the need for you to travel to our office usually. Vast majority of our clients never visit our office.
If you must have the contract ready urgently, please let us know so we can order searches URGENTLY. Please note that some authorities such as local councils will charge extra for urgent searches & we pass these charges onto you at cost.
A property seller and/or estate agent can only start marketing the property or place a property on the market (as per NSW Law) when a contract of sale has been prepared which is provided to all prospective purchases.
Most purchasers will have your property inspected & often their banks will evaluate the property before their Mortgage is approved. We suggest that you remain available to assist purchasers complete their due diligence