fbpx
Previously known as Think Conveyancing
Home>Need to know>What’s reviewed in a contract of sale?

What’s reviewed in a contract of sale?

Before a sales contract is finalised, a contract review takes a closer look at the key components of the contract and how they affect you, and helps you achieve a successful settlement. For some, this offers powerful negotiation opportunities, while for others, it’s a layer of protection that helps avoid potential legal issues.

Choosing an experienced conveyancing team to complete a thorough contract review is always recommended to help you gain a better understanding of specific clauses and conditions, and how they affect your property transaction.

Depending on where you buy property, there are some key differences in what is involved when your contract of sale is reviewed. Click the state-specific article links below to learn more about how these may impact your conveyancing journey.

This article is provided for general information purposes only. Its content is current at the date of publication. It is not legal advice and is not tailored to meet your individual needs. You should obtain specialist advice based on your specific circumstances before taking any action concerning the matters discussed in this article.

Settlement Day – What Do You Need To Know?
Settlement Day – What Do You Need To Know?

Settlement is the day where everything comes together Settlement is the day you’ve been waiting for. You might not have heard the word many times before now, but trust us, this is your big moment. Settlement is the finalisationof the sale. This is your ‘signed,...

read more
Conveyancing.com.au is digital and convenient in TAS

Welcome to the future of conveyancing Conveyancing is complicated, but we’ve worked hard to make it as simple as possible for you. We’re experts in buying and selling property and land so let us look after it all for you. We're a digitally lead company, continually...

read more
Why conveyancing is important when buying property in NSW
Why conveyancing is important when buying property in NSW

Conveyancing can be complicated but put simply, it refers to everything that needs to be checked, searched, signed, and certified to make you the new legal owner of a property. This protects the new owner of a house from any unwanted surprises, such as tax bills,...

read more

Categories

Related Posts

What you need to know on settlement day if you’re selling
What you need to know on settlement day if you’re selling

Whether you’re selling a home for the first time or adding another sale experience to your property journey, understanding exactly what happens on settlement day will help you avoid any confusion, ensuring that your settlement day runs as smoothly as possible. To help...

read more
Why conveyancing is important when buying property
Why conveyancing is important when buying property

Conveyancing refers to the process that is undertaken to transfer ownership of a property from one person to another. It includes everything that needs to be prepared, checked, searched, signed, and certified to make you the new legal owner of a property. To guide you...

read more