A real estate agent must hold a contract for sale accessible to all prospective buyers of residential property advertised for sale. It contains information such as the seller and agent details, full property address, nature of improvements made to the property, and inclusions that are part of the sale. This allows a buyer and their lawyer to review the information concerning the property and the terms of sale. The contract is required to include certain documents.
We suggest you arrange formal approval for finance before you begin your property search so that you are in the best position to purchase when the time comes.
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One Law have a team of expert property lawyers who can help guide you through the legal process to buy your new home or other property.
It’s important to get legal advice as soon as you can so that you are you are provided with all the information you need to ensure that the purchase takes place smoothly.
The steps below explain how we can help you.
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Our property law team is here to help. We would love to hear from you. You can get in touch with one of our lawyers by completing the online enquiry form below or by calling us on free call 1800 ONE LAW (663 529).