Review Your Contracts. Protect Yourself.

It’s the most common problem our clients face in buying and selling their homes. They know what they want to do, but they have no idea how to navigate the complicated contracts that will get the job done!

Don’t be intimidated by long contracts.

With ‘Off the Plan’ contracts sometimes stretching well over 500 pages, it is no surprise that despite their best intentions, Your Property Australia clients struggle to understand the huge documents put in front of them to sign.

Avoid mistakes early

Stay ahead of the game by avoiding issues with your purchase before they happen! The contract review process before a purchase of a property or business cannot be underestimated. 

Our YPA clients are looking at between 3-5 properties before they make their final decision. It is so important to have a strong relationship with your lawyer early in the process.”

– Your Property Australia Founder Matthew Woods

The contract review process before purchasing a property or business cannot be underestimated. There are many legal issues which can be avoided simply by talking to your lawyer before you sign on the dotted line. 

It takes timing and strategy to buy a property

The first offer that a homebuyer submits is not always accepted and it is rare that they are the highest bidder at the first auction they attend. With that in mind it can take a number of offers or auctions to purchase a property. The fact remains that you are never quite sure which offer or auction will be the one that is successful. 

Buyers need to have a solid understanding of each contract they are potentially entering into so that when their time comes they are prepared for a successful purchase and smooth settlement period.

How can Your Property Australia help you?

  1. Affordable advice. We understand that you are unlikely to have your first offer on a property accepted. With that in mind we offer an affordable contract review service to ensure that your legal rights are protected.
  2. Easy to understand. If you don’t understand what you are signing then there is a BIG problem! Our job is to communicate the information in the contract to you in plain language, allowing you to make an informed decision on whether to buy or walk away.
  3. Building relationships. Whether it’s on the phone or face to face, we take the time to talk to our clients and ensure that they understand what they are signing.

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