Selling Process

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See us for an appraisal. We will give you good advice on the best way to present your property to achieve maximum price.

We will provide you an estimate worth of your property based on condition of your home and location compared to other local properties.

By law, you will need to sign a Sales Agreement with us and notify us of your Solicitor / Conveyancer details to list your property for sale.

Once your property is listed, we will work for you. We have an extensive contact list and our advertising includes not only the Rob Crow & Co Real Estate website – we will advertise on multiple websites, newspapers, window cards, brochures and booklets to expose your property to the wider market.

We are here to negotiate the sale of your property and achieve for you the maximum price.


Contract

Before signing the contract you should obtain advice from a NSW accredited solicitor / conveyancer. It is at this point that you and your solicitor should note any purchaser’s special conditions eg Building & Pest Inspections, Finance Clause that have been added to the contract prior to exchanging contracts.

You will also need to negotiate a settlement date and what deposit is required with the purchaser’s via us.


Pre-Settlement

In the period leading up to settlement you and your solicitor should be preparing everything for the big day. Your solicitor will also ensure the transfer documentation is in order and that any other documentation for the transaction is ready.


Settlement Day

Your solicitor will notify you and us, the agent once settlement has occurred.


How much is your property worth?

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