The Conveyancing Selling Process
The time has come to sell and move on. But what do you need to do in order to get your property ready for sale? Follow the conveyancing selling process step by step below!
Step 1: Contract Preparation
Before your property can be advertised or presented for sale, it is a legal requirement that you have a contract prepared so it can be given to any prospective buyers.
We prepare your contract, taking into account any special requirements that you might have, or that might be necessary to protect you.
In order to prepare your contract, we need to obtain all the mandatory documents that need to be included (such as a council zoning certificate, a copy of the title and other title documents, strata plans, sewer diagram and any other documents). We will also write any special clauses that may be required for your contract.
Once the contract is drafted, we will provide a copy to you and your agent. When you have found a buyer and have negotiated the terms of the sale, we will update the contract accordingly and liaise with the real estate agent and the purchaser’s conveyancer to organise the ‘exchange of contracts’.