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Conveyancing and Buying Property in Queensland

Conveyancing is the complete process of transferring land ownership from one person to another under the provisions of a contract for the sale of land. To understand the buying journey and how conveyancing works, it is important to know that each Australian state has its very own set of regulations

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Pre-Settlement Inspection

As per the terms of the contract (8.2), the buyer is entitled to various inspections of the property for specific purposes. One inspection allowed is an inspection of the property prior to settlement also known

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Our Partner Program

You need to know the conveyancing definition like the back of your hand as an agent! Clients are so important to your business and you need to help them throughout the process of settling on

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REIQ Contract Update: Right To Extend

The REIQ (Real Estate Institute of Queensland) has made many changes to the newest released contract versions (13th and 17th editions). To combat the issues experienced with settlement delays and the severe consequences suffered by buyers as

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REIQ Contract Update: Smoke Alarms

The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) issued an update in the requirements for smoke alarms for Queensland residential properties sold. Sellers must comply with the new version of the contract (17th edition Residential and

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The REIQ has released a new version of the Residential and Community Titles scheme contracts. The 17th Edition (residential) and 13th Edition (CMS) have been made available as of 20 January 2022 and should be

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Merry Christmas from Ownit

To all of our clients and friends of Ownit we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support during 2021. 2021 has been a busy year for the property industry and

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Deposit Amounts

Q- Are you unsure of what deposit to offer when entering into a contract? A-  It is important to remember that the deposit amount on the contract cannot exceed a total of 10% of the

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Settlement before Christmas

  Buyers and Sellers are often eager to complete their settlement prior to the end of year shut down. The following requirements must be met prior to settlement being brought forward: 1. Documents in order;

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