Selling Residential Property

Selling a home can be very stressful process.  Our aim is to take as much of the stress out of the process as possible.  The conveyancing process is complex and there are many potential issues to consider.  We act on your behalf for a fixed price on a standard residential conveyance to ensure you know what the cost will be upfront for the duration of the matter. 

Please contact our office for additional details.

 

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FAQ

What is a Form 6? The agent wants me to sign one. Should I?

What is a Form 6? The agent wants me to sign one. Should I?

A Form 6 is the contract between yourself (as the seller) and the real estate agent setting out the terms of their acting on your behalf in relation to selling your property.  These documents can be complex.  Our firm can provide you comprehensive advice regarding the Form 6 as part of our fixed price of acting on your sale matter.  Depending on how you are engaging the agent (exclusive or open), there are some things to be aware of.  For instance, if a potential buyer contacts the agent during their initial listing, even after the expiration of the agreement and that party purchases the property, the agent may be entitled to a commission.  

Another aspect to keep in mind, is if the buyer terminates the contract both yourself and the agent share in the forfeited deposit (depending on the terms of the Form 6).  

Contact us for advice that applies to your specific circumstances.

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