Selling a Property
Selling a Property
The selling of property can be a complicated process, but it need not be if you choose good representation.
There is a belief that the conveyance of a property can be a simple matter. In most cases it is. However, complications can arise and, in such circumstances, you cannot be afforded better protection unless you have a a professional acting for you.
WHY DO YOU NEED BRYDENS LAWYERS?
In most cases the conveyance of residential or commercial property is relatively simple and straightforward.
However, in some situations, difficulties can arise. This is why you should choose Brydens Lawyers who will be engaged to protect your interests.
Issues with existing mortgages on the property may be something you may wish to avoid if you sell property using Brydens Lawyers services. We can advise you of existing or potential issues should you decide to sell property or if current property laws change affecting your sale and your rights.
WHAT WILL BRYDENS LAWYERS ORGANISE FOR YOU?
Brydens Lawyers, in acting for you in a sale of purchase, will assist in:
- Drafting and preparing a Contract for Sale to be provided to potential buyers. This will include obtaining all title documentation, dealings, plan images and zoning certificates.
- Undertaking all necessary searches to ensure that the property which is being purchased is free from any encumbrances or other potential infringements. Should any encumbrances or mortgages appear on title, the vendor will be required to rectify prior to passing on title to someone else.
It must also be confirmed that what is being sold is actually that which has been agreed upon between the parties. This is where Brydens Lawyers comes to the fore. Brydens Lawyers will ensure that the contractual arrangements as between the purchaser and the vendor are complete and reflect the agreement which has been reached. That is, no nasty surprises after the fact.
WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT BRYDENS LAWYERS?
You should consult Brydens Lawyers if you decide to sell a property. We will provide you with the adequate advice to suit your needs and provide alternate options should any challenges arise.
WHAT IS YOUR
Once you have made the decision to sell a property, you should contact Brydens Lawyers to arrange a consultation to provide your instructions. Brydens Lawyers will then commence preparation of your draft contract and will begin liaising with your real estate agent and any proposed purchasers.
WHY ARE BRYDENS LAWYERS THE RIGHT REPRESENTATION FOR YOU?
At Brydens, we want to provide you with sound legal advice when selling your property particularly when complex issues arise. We can help you from the moment you make a decision to sell a property, whether its your family home or an investment property, we can ensure your rights are protected and well served.
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