Conveyancing For Sellers
Unlike solicitors, a conveyancer practices in only one area of law and can provide you with up-to-date, expert advice in this field. This means you get the most expert legal advice and information, but you are not paying expensive solicitor’s fees for expertise that you don’t need.
Before selling your property, we will ask you to complete a questionnaire, and then provide you with advice about how your sale contract should be structured. The below steps represent a standard sale. There may be some variations, depending on the circumstances of your property.
STAGES OF THE CONVEYANCING PROCESS FOR BUYERS
Once you’ve decided to sell, contact our office to discuss your sale and prepare a contract.
choose an agent
Research your local agents to find the one that is best for your circumstances and agree to fees.
We will prepare a draft contract based on your instructions and issue it to both you and the selling agent.
Once a purchaser has made an offer that you have accepted, the exchange process will begin.
then exchange contracts with no cooling off period.
Contact bank and organise discharge of mortgage.
VERIFICATION OF IDENTITY (VOI)
Complete your forms and VOI remotely or make an appointment to come into our office.
ORGANISING YOUR MOVE / TENANTS
Consider what you need for your move, removalists, tenants and potentially your new purchase.
Any adjustments for rates are discussed and approved, your cheque directions are confirmed.
Your sale contract is settled and funds are distributed, we contact you to confirm your sale is complete. Congratulations!
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"This is the second time we've had Catherine and her team work for us and I can't fault them in any way, always professional and supportive, thanks again."
Tracy Robinson | Wyong