- salaciousMember@salaciousJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 373
Has anyone sold privatly and where do you begin?
Dom[blink]CarLoverParticipant@carloverJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 60
Do a search on google in real estate selling. There are a few do it yourself kits out there that can help you get started.
There also a few book on selling your house. They can be found in the major bookstores.
CarLover.redwingParticipant@redwingJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 2,733
There’s a company in WA that helps you through the process, they have papers, signs etc etc, potentially could save yourself $6-7000 +
Can’t remember the name, though i can place the building[angry2] get back to you…
“Money is a currency, like electricity and it requires momentum to make it Effective”NRGMember@nrgJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 23Stevie24Member@stevie24Join Date: 2004Post Count: 10
i just tried that website and it said page could not be found.NRGMember@nrgJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 23RussHMember@russhJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 342
Easiest way is to look at your last offer and acceptance when you bought the house.It will have all the details on it.Lot number title number etc.
Then ask your settlement agent who you went with last time when you bought thye house if they would like to represent you again.They will forward forms to you.You fill these out with relevant details as per last forms when you bought the house.Then when you find a buyer you get him to sign the offer and acceptance and forward it to the settlement agent.Voila its done.aluminatiParticipant@aluminatiJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 40
What state r u in?
Get your property valued by a valuer and also just interview some agents for research purposes.
Gives you a rough idea of whats happening in your area.
If in VIC you must have a section 32(VS) ready as you cannot accept a deposit without one. Get yourself a good solicitor. I would advise against a conveyencer.
aluminatiginamarreeMember@ginamarreeJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 56