The process of handling the purchase of a house is known as CONVEYANCING and we can handle this for you in a smooth and timely manner. However, before an agreement is even signed there are a number of things that we believe should be carefully thought through. These PRE-CONTRACT CONSIDERATIONS include:
- The PROPERTY itself
- Having appropriate CONDITIONS in the agreement that meet your requirements
- Having adequate FINANCE for the property
- LIM, BUILDER’S REPORT and DUE DILIGENCE
- The actual format of the SALE AND PURCHASE AGREEMENT
Before you sign a sale and purchase agreement you should seek legal advice from us. Many purchasers believe they have signed an agreement which allows them to cancel, if they wish, but when the contract is reviewed by a lawyer they find that the clauses in the agreement do not allow for this. You should ensure that one of our team reviews any SALE AND PURCHASE AGREEMENT and its conditions prior to you signing so that the agreement and conditions are explained to you from a legal perspective.
We can also offer our specially tailored conditions to you to include in your sale and purchase agreement so that problems like the above do not happen. Remember, the purchase of a home is a large expense and you should not sign any agreement without appropriate advice.
Further information regarding the pre-contract issues is provided in this resource library, but please feel free to contact us if you would like specialised assistance from one of our team members now CONTACT US.