Selling a property can be a daunting process, but with the help of the experienced conveyancers at Mr Conveyancer, you can sell your property with confidence.
Our team of skilled and knowledgeable legal experts are here to guide you through the entire process of selling your property, from the initial consultation to the final settlement.
Preparing for the Sale
Before you even list your property for sale, there are a few things you should consider. Our conveyancers can help you with:
Pricing your property: We can provide you with an accurate property valuation so that you can set a realistic price that reflects the current market conditions.
Preparing Your Section 32 Vendor Disclosure Statement: We will prepare the Vendor Statement (Section 32) which is a vital information statement about the property you are looking to sell. We will ensure it is accurate and compliant with the law and that your property sale will be secure. We prepare fast Section 32’s, but these do take time, depending on what searches and certificates we have to order on your behalf, so be sure to engage us before your property is officially ‘on the market’.
Preparing your contract of sale: We will work with your nominated Real Estate Agent and prepare your contract of sale for any potential purchaser, including any special conditions, and ensure that it complies with all legal requirements.
Marketing Your Property
Our conveyancers can also help you with marketing your property. We can:
- Provide you with access to a network of trusted real estate agents who can help you market your property.
- Review the marketing agreement and ensure that it complies with all legal requirements.
- Advise you on the legal requirements for advertising your property, including the use of specific words and phrases.
Section 32 Vendor Disclosure Process
It’s important to understand the essential Section 32 Vendor Disclosure Statement when selling your property in Victoria. This document includes details and attachments about the seller and their right to sell the property, existing mortgages or encumbrances on the property, restrictions such as easement or zoning classification, building permits issued for the past 7 years, and other statutory information and warnings to the purchaser. At Mr Conveyancer, we prepare and review the Section 32 to ensure that it’s accurate and complete, protecting you and your property from any legal disputes.
If you’re selling a property in Victoria, it’s crucial to have an experienced conveyancer on your side. At Mr Conveyancer, we’re committed to providing our clients with quality legal services to help them sell their property with confidence. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you with the sale of your property and the essential Section 32 Vendor Disclosure Statement.
For more information click here and check out our latest blog on Section 32 Vendor Disclosure Statements – Your Ultimate Guide to Protecting Your Property Purchase in Victoria. This informative article provides a comprehensive guide to the Section 32 vendors disclosure statement and highlights its importance when purchasing or selling a property in Victoria.