Selling your Property
A contract of sale is a legally binding agreement between a seller and a buyer. It details the terms and conditions in which a seller agrees to transfer ownership of a property to a buyer. The contract is the core of protecting your rights as a vendor, which is why it’s advised that an experienced lawyer prepares this documentation. Our conveyancing team have over 20+ years of experience and a wealth of knowledge to share.
We will provide you with a breakdown of the contract of sale and highlight any areas of concern. By the end you will have a clear understanding of what you are buying and your obligations as a buyer.
It is common to request amendments to a property contract. Amendments can include a change to settlement date, adding or removing conditions, or even asking for a condition to be rewritten to provide more clarity.
We handle several required tasks prior to settlement. These include:
- Government searches
- Calculate financial adjustments
- Prepare property transfer
- Assess Stamp Duty
Settlement is the process in which the property is transferred over from the original owner to the new owner. We ensure all contract obligations have been fulfilled and all settlement documents are correct. We will then organise payments and the transfer of property title.
Tell us more about your property
Share the details about your property sale and receive a call from one of our experienced lawyers. We will provide you with an overview of our service, answer any of your conveyancing questions, and provide you with a quote.
Resources for Property Sellers
NSW Sellers Guide
Make sure you are up to date with what’s required by checking out our Sellers Guide.