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How to make transferring property less painful

Whether you are about to buy a new home, or you are thinking about selling, there are many things to consider. A seller needs to consider advertising and marketing, legal contracts, open for inspections and presenting the property. A buyer needs to consider whether the property is suitable in terms of location, style and size, what is the right value and whether the property is affordable.


Hire a conveyancer 

If you are not sure about any of the legal documentation, it is best to get a conveyancer who will be able to help you out. The conveyancer helps with the transfer of ownership of a legal title of land from one person to another. They typically provide advice and information about a property, prepare the contract and conduct the settlement process.

Think Conveyancing are experts at helping people with selling their homes. Just remember without a contract anything you do will be null and void, meaning that the transaction never occurred.


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Present your home for more overall value

A property seller should always consider making simple investments to make their home more appealing to buyers. You do not need to spend a lot of money to get a great return on investment. Updating fixtures, a fresh coat of paint, a professional clean and some de-cluttering is often all you need to add significantly value to a property during a sale campaign.

What is the right property value

Today there is so much freely available information about property prices that any buyer and seller can be well informed and make sensible decisions about what is the right price to buy and sell a property. is Australia’s only real estate website that combines historical property data and Guesstimate values with what’s now on the market to buy or rent. Their reports allow you to research the sales history of a property, analyse comparative properties and monitor the performance of properties over time.