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Video: Real estate Jargon

Posted 21 December 2015
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Video: How to buy a home using an Offer to Purchase document.

Posted 09 December 2015
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Video: What is a Vendor's Statement or a Section 32

Posted 09 December 2015
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Video: Contract of sale: What is it?

Posted 09 December 2015
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Understanding property prices with Consumer Affairs Victoria

Understanding property prices with Consumer Affairs Victoria

Posted 06 December 2015
(The following is taken from Consumer Affairs Victoria's Understanding property prices page.) Real estate pricing and advertising Property advertising must not be misleading or d...
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Consumer Affairs Due Diligence Checklist

Consumer Affairs Due Diligence Checklist

Posted 01 December 2015
(The following is sourced from the Consumer Affairs Victoria Due diligence checklist - for home and residential property buyers.) From 1 October 2014, all sellers, or estate agents ac...
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The rules for taking a property deposit when selling your home

The rules for taking a property deposit when selling your home

Posted 01 December 2015
(The following is sourced from Consumer Affairs Victoria Property deposits for sellers.) Property deposit amount There are no laws setting the amount of deposit for a property sal...
Selling Tips | Legal and Finance
Sample Contract of Sale Vic

Sample Contract of Sale Vic

Posted 26 November 2015
This is a sample Contract of Sale from Consumer Affairs Victoria. It can be found in their Forms and publications. A copy of the form as a Word document can be downloaded: Sample contract of sale of r...
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Please explain what a Contract of Sale is

Please explain what a Contract of Sale is?

Posted 26 November 2015
What is a Contract of Sale? To complete the sale of a property you need several legal documents. These form part of what is called "conveyancing". One of the more important documents is the Contract ...
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