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Selling Property - FAQ's

I want to list my property for sale, what do I do? In order for your residential property to be listed for sale, a Contract will need to be prepared by your Solicitor/Conveyancer. There are certain disclosure documents which by law must be annexed to a Contract for Sale. It can take up to 5 business days for some of these searches to be made available from the relevant authorities. Your nominated Real Estate Agent will not be able to actively market your property until such time as they are...

May 31, 2019

Purchasing Property - FAQ's

I have made an offer and it has been accepted! What’s next?  When you have an offer accepted, the Agent will ask who will be acting on your behalf. A sales advice will be forwarded to the respective legal representatives. Your Solicitor/Conveyancer will contact you to discuss any requirements which you may have. At this time, you will need to advise your Solicitor/Conveyancer who your Mortgage Broker or Bank will be so that they can satisfy any requirements which your lender may have. You...

May 31, 2019

Personal and Estate Planning

When you have planned ahead you can be confident that you and your loved ones will be looked after if circumstances change through your life. Your rights and wishes can be respected if they are properly documented. If you do not have planning ahead documents prepared when they are required, a Court or Tribunal may need to make decisions for you. Decisions may need to be made on your behalf which could be against your wishes. It is definitely better to plan ahead.  Anybody over the age of 18...

May 31, 2019

Family Farms and Managing the Estate Plan

It is not uncommon for a son or daughter to have been involved in the family farming business for many years, working alongside their parents. Unfortunately, it is all too common that succession planning or the exit strategy of the parents from the farming business has not been discussed. Section 274 of the Duties Act 1997 (NSW) provides that there is no transfer duty (stamp duty) for the transfer of land used for primary production if it is between family members. There are a number of things ...

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