When you are selling a property, in addition to preparing your Contract of Sale, sellers must disclose certain things about the property in a Section 32 Vendor’s Statement. These include things such as mortgages, easements, zoning and outgoings in relation to the property. If the Vendor’s Statement contains incorrect or insufficient information a buyer may be able to withdraw from the sale or take legal action against you.
The Contract of Sale contains all the necessary terms of the sale of your property including the property details, parties involved, price and any special conditions such as a clause requiring a building inspection or subject to finance.
At Bond Coneyancing we make sure that all relevant information is included to remove any risk of issues arising with your sale, we negotiate with the purchaser on your behalf to ensure your interests as seller are protected and always revert to you to keep you in the loop.
Bond Conveyancing is technology enabled but always people first which means that while we have invested heavily in industry leading technology to reduce risk and expedite the process, our local team of conveyancing professionals is always available over the phone or online.