Acumen Conveyancing

T: 03 9841 4700
F: 03 8677 2269
E: FayeK@AcumenConveyancing.com.au

Selling Property

As a vendor, you have a legal duty towards a prospective purchaser.

Although, caveator emptor (buyer beware) still applies, however, in a sale of a property this principle has been limited by law.

Acumen Conveyancing ensures you meet your obligation towards a purchaser by carefully and diligently preparing your Vendors Statement.

This Statement is a disclosure statement and must be given to a purchaser before that purchaser makes an offer.

There are consequences and penalties if a vendor gives false or not all of the required information and may also give the purchaser the right to withdraw from the contract at any time prior to settlement.

A carefully and properly prepared Vendors Statement is therefore crucial, as it not only assists in a profitable sale but may also:

  • minimise the risk of your purchaser withdrawing from the contract thus securing your sale
  • avoid additional cost, such as:
    • additional sales commission because the property needs to be resold
    • if you have relied on your sale to purchase another property, you may be in breach of your purchase contract and incur additional costs & penalties

P: PO Box 3013 The Pines, Doncaster East, 3109
A: 11/83 Andersons Creek Rd, Doncaster East, 3109
T: 03-9841-4700
F: 03-8677-2269
E: FayeK@AcumenConveyancing.com.au

ABN 15 120 511 104
Faye Korbatieh
Conveyancer’s Licence No 000450L
Acumen Conveyancing Pty Ltd
Conveyancer’s Licence No 000451L

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