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What liabilities are you purchasing?

Category: Buying, Selling, Landlords

When purchasing a property affected by an owner’s corporation, purchasers often assume that they are only liable for what lies within the internal walls of the property.  

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Hidden Costs of Budget Conveyancing

Category: Buying, Selling, Landlords

When the time comes to buy or sell these assets both purchasers and vendors are faced with the option of using either lawyers or conveyancers; a decision that can be very confusing when they are offered what seems to be the same service by two different professionals.

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Property Due Diligence

Category: Buying, Selling
When purchasing existing residential premises, most people do not consider due diligence until after they’ve entered into a contract to buy the property. This is a common mistake. 

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The importance of a final inspection

Category: Buying, Selling

No matter how excited you are about purchasing your new house or unit, it is prudent to undertake a final inspection to ensure that the property is still in the same condition it was when you negotiated the sale.

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Should I use a Conveyancer referred by a real estate agent?

Category: Buying, Selling

A good real estate agent will have professional connections to conveyancers and solicitors though some may think there may be an underlying motive or benefit to the agent.

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Think it's harder to sell in Winter ?

Category: Selling, Buying

Get the mood right and selling during the colder months of the year can reap enormous benefits.  With fewer properties on the market than in the frenetic Spring months, there's less competition and it can be a great opportunity to showcase your home's cosy charm.

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