24 Feb Soil Testing
Is it a good idea to make a Contract for Land subject to satisfactory Soil Testing?
Yes! We would recommend that a Contract for the Sale of vacant land be made subject to satisfactory soil testing. Soil testing will allow a Buyer to determine what the quality of the soil is and whether this will have any impact on the cost of building on the land.
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To learn more about Contract for Land subject to Soil Testing, contact OWNit Conveyancing on 1300 553 750.