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Unexpected trap when borrowing from an overseas lender for second-hand property
If you are intending to buy the second-hand property with overseas funding, you would first need to obtain FIRB approval.
Australia
12 Oct 2018
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Take care when buying a property Off The Plan
The term "buying off the plan" refers to purchasing a property, not yet registered as a separate lot, or not yet built.
Australia
10 Mar 2018
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Traps to avoid when buying a property – pre contract inspections
The traps when buying a property are avoidable and the risk far outweighs the cost of proper and diligent investigation.
Australia
11 Dec 2017
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Swimming pools - new compliance laws in NSW
New laws in NSW require any properties with swimming pools to have certificates of compliance before selling or leasing.
Australia
29 May 2017
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The way of the future for conveyancing: Electronic exchange of contracts
Electronic signatures mean that you can sign and exchange contracts anywhere in the world as long as you have internet.
Australia
7 Dec 2016
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Verification of Identity in property transactions in New South Wales
The VOI process is important in land and property dealings as it assists in reducing identity theft and land title fraud.
Australia
28 Oct 2016
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Verification of identity in conveyancing transactions in New South Wales
The rules place stringent requirements on conveyancers and solicitors to verify the identity of all conveyancing clients.
Australia
26 Oct 2016
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Understanding exchange of contracts in New South Wales
Buying or selling any property can be confusing and can leave a buyer or seller feeling as if they have no control.
Australia
28 Jul 2016
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Tips & traps of buying a property at auction in New South Wales
You must understand that if you are the successful bidder at auction, you must sign the contract and pay the deposit.
Australia
28 Jul 2016
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What is a property deposit bond?
A deposit bond is an alternate way of paying a deposit to purchase a property and costs around 1% of the purchase price.
Australia
27 Jul 2016
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Selling or buying a property in NSW with a pool or outdoor spa
New laws in New South Wales will change the requirements of selling or leasing a property with a pool or outdoor spa.
Australia
27 Jun 2016
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