Buying your home is without doubt the most important purchase that the average person makes during his or her lifetime. This is a major, longer term financial investment and it is therefore imperative to get things right, first time.
- You should not sign the Contract of Sale until you have had one of our experienced conveyancing staff review it with you.
- We will advise you about the legal aspects of the contract of sale and consider how it affects you and if required, tailor it to suit your individual situation.
It is essential that getting things right, first time, ensures you have a stress free experience.
When acting for a buyer, we ensure:
- That the purchaser obtains a good title to the property upon which the home or building is erected;
- That the property is free of charges, liens and other competing interests; and
- That the use of the premises is not unduly restricted by the relevant statutes (zoning etc).
When selling a property it is a requirement of the Sale of Land Act that you provide to the purchaser a vendor’s statement disclosing specific information about the property.
- We will prepare the vendor’s statement so you or your agent can provide it to a potential purchaser.
- We will also prepare your Contract of Sale of land.
- Once the property has been sold we will continue to protect your interests right up until settlement.
- As part of the process we will arrange with your bank to discharge any mortgage you have on the certificate of title.