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YOUR CONVEYANCER IS YOUR LINK TO PEACE OF MIND WHEN BUYING AND SELLING
So what is Conveyancing?
The main purpose of the conveyancing process is to transfer the legal title or ownership from one owner to another.
What happens after the contract is signed?
In most cases, your conveyance will start from the time you enter into a Contract and continue through to settlement of the purchase or sale. There may be various conditions included in… read more in attachment
Conveyancing fees are an expense you need to factor in when buying or selling a property.
It depends on the complexity of the transaction, the location of the property and the experience and pricing policies of the conveyancer you’re working with….. read more in attachment
Pardon? a FINAL INSPECTION Why?
Buyers often look aghast at the suggestion of the need to do an inspection before settlement.
Your Conveyancer will highly recommend that you the Buyer attends to a final inspection before settlement to ensure that
• The property is vacant (unless of course there is a tenant),
• The property is as it was when the agreement was made to purchase the property,... read more in attachment
• The fixtures in the property are still in place and,
• The furniture (if any) included in the sale price has been left in the property.
POOL FENCING and pools
Yes it does matter when the pool was installed
Pools installed before 1 January 2003 - Have to have an existing pool safety barrier that has a compliance certifi cate (if change of name).
Pools installed after January 2003 - If the seller does not have a copy of the certifi cate in their name they will need to apply to have the compliance certifi cate reissued.
To apply for a reissued compliance certifi cate you need to: Fill in a variation of compliance certifi cate form, submit the form to the Pool Fencing Unit. After the sale or transfer the
buyer must apply to have the compliance certifi cate reissued in their name by following the process above.
I am purchasing a property with the view to rental? Who is responsible for the pool?.. more in the attachment
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