Selling a property can be a time-consuming but rewarding process. In order to minimise the risks involved, we always recommend seeking the advice and services of a licensed conveyancer.
Before selling your property in New South Wales, it is compulsory to complete a Contract for Sale and of course, take care of the necessary documentation.
Here are some things you should know about selling property including a checklist of items that Village Green Conveyancing can assist you with:
- Ordering the necessary documents and title searches
- Sending a copy of the Contract of Sale to your real estate agent for them to commence marketing your property
- Paying for the cost of disbursements and file preparation
- Negotiating any changes to the contract
- Liaising with your purchaser in order to exchange contracts without delay
- Exchanging contracts with your buyer and managing all necessary documentation
- Responding to any requisitions the purchasers may make regarding the title of the property
- Arranging for the discharge of your mortgage (if any)
- Arranging for all necessary paperwork to be signed
- Attending the settlement to ensure documentation is processed properly and funds are exchanged according to your instructions
- Attending to the repayment of your mortgage
- Authorising release of the keys after settlement
- Arranging for the agent to receive their commission
- Forwarding settlement statements to you
Arrange a consultation with a licensed conveyancer.