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Questions an attorney should ask before drafting an offer to purchase
An offer to purchase becomes a legally binding document once signed so it’s imperative that you use an experienced attorney to draft it.
My family thinks it’s a mistake to buy a house
Most home buyers second guess their decision at some point, but those misgivings can be made worse if their family doesn’t support the decision.
Fixtures and fittings: what’s included in a sale
Disputes over fixtures and fittings during a property transaction are common. Here's what you can do to avoid misunderstandings.
Co-ownership of property: how to avoid disputes
Buying property jointly with a friend or family member may be appealing but buyers need to take steps to safeguard themselves from being left holding the can financially.
Should I buy first or sell first?
There are three factors that you should consider when deciding whether to sell your old home first then buy, or vice versa.
6 rules for buyers working with estate agents
A good estate agent is invaluable to buyers looking for their dream home. Here are six tips for keeping your agent onside.
When does an offer to purchase lapse?
These are the 4 scenarios in which an offer to purchase will lapse, if it has not been accepted first.
Is it time to give your agent the boot?
A good estate agent will alleviate some of the stress of selling your home. A bad estate agent will have the opposite effect, so make sure you choose well.
Don’t be pushed into buying an unsuitable home
Buying a home is a big financial commitment so a buyer should be absolutely certain of their choice before signing an offer to purchase.
Pulling out of a sale could have consequences
Selling a home is not child’s play and the seller needs to be absolutely certain that he wants to sell before he puts the property on the market.