For most people, buying a property is a big decision and one of life’s more significant investments. Being fully aware of what is expected at each stage of the buying process is paramount to achieving a smooth transition into a new property.
At Village Green Conveyancing, we aim to remove any stressful elements from the buying process by delivering our services through years of experience and extensive knowledge of the New South Wales property market.
There are four main processes in buying a property and we can assist you with each process:
- Making an application for finance if required
- Researching the area in which you wish to purchase property
- Liaising with real estate agents and negotiating the purchase price
- Arranging for the contract for sale to be reviewed
- Organising pest, building and/or strata inspections
- Obtaining formal loan approval
- Paying the deposit
- Signing the contract
- Sending the contract to the vendor’s conveyancer or solicitor to be exchanged
- Sending mortgage documents to the lender
- Ensuring the home loan will be available at time of settlement
- Arranging payment of stamp duty and ensuring the funds will be available at the right time
- Communicating with banks or financial institutions to ensure readiness for settlement
- Preparing settlement figures with your lender and the vendor’s conveyancer or solicitor
- Organising for keys to the property to be released by the real estate agent
- Attending settlement to ensure Title Documents are correct
- Paying settlement funds to seller’s conveyancer or solicitor
- Ensuring that all documents are correct and funds are accounted for
- For those without a mortgage, lodging Transfer and Notice of Sale with Land and Property Information NSW
- Making arrangements to send the Title Deed to you when registered
- Arranging final reports to be sent to you
Village Green Conveyancing will also hold onto your file for at least 7 years. So when you are ready to sell the property, we will have everything necessary to assist you in selling it.
Arrange a consultation with a licensed conveyancer.