A normal part of the process of buying a home is negotiation between the Buyer and the Seller.
The more attractive you can make your offer in terms of price, and the fewer conditions you’ve included as part of the offer, the more likely you are to have your offer accepted.
When you are ready to put in an offer, Anna will write up a Sale and Purchase Agreement with you. This is an official document for the authorisation of the selling and purchase of a home. The contract itself enables the opportunity for conditions to be put upon the sale, which may include a specific time within which to organise finance, a settlement date, a satisfactory building inspection report and anything else that may be necessary to complete the sale.
A conditional offer means:
An unconditional offer means:
Acceptance of offer
After the offer has been accepted, your legal representative will need to check all the details of the Title and prepare any necessary documentation. You will need to pay a deposit, sign any mortgage documents (usually when unconditional and nearing settlement) and arrange your finances for payment of the balance of the purchase price.
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