Vendors who try and sell property themselves can often be worse off financially than if they used an agent, the Law Society of NSW has claimed.
The Law Society of NSW, which is providing consumers with a series of guides on the buying and selling process, said agents were best placed to help vendors navigate the sale of their most prized asset.
President of the Law Society of NSW, Justin Dowd, said it’s important that vendors understand their legal obligations when buying or selling a property. Continue reading Law Society urges vendors to use agents
Understanding and negotiating suitable terms of contract is an important step in the purchase process when buying property.
Buyers should be aware of all inclusions, any easements or covenants on effecting the property and proposed settlement or completion dates. Continue reading Negotiate your contract