Every property sale is unique, so it is absolutely vital to have a new contract prepared each time a property is being sold. Doing so will ensure that the information contained within the contract is correct and relevant to your particular sale. As the ownership of the property has changed hands since the last contract was prepared, and you are now the owner, you must have new title documents to reflect this. We also recommend obtaining updated council documents, and any other documents relating to the sale of the property. Acquiring new copies of the documents will guarantee that you can provide the most accurate copy to the buyer.
This is really important because in a situation where a buyer signs a contract that does not contain all the relevant and correct information, they may have grounds to terminate the sale. To make sure the sale goes through smoothly after all the great work you’ve done selling your property, we strongly recommend that new certificates are obtained at the beginning of a sale process. These documents should also be reviewed occasionally during the marketing process when necessary.