Selling a Property

Discuss requirements and necessary documents with you to ensure that you have meet your legal and disclosure obligations;

Order the documents required in the contract for sale;

Prepare the contract for sale and provide a copy to you and a copy to the appointed Real Estate Agent;

We liaise with the agent regularly and provide you with updates as to the status of your sale;

Once a buyer is found we issue an updated contract to their conveyancer;

Review and advise you on any contract negotiations that the purchaser may require;

Arrange exchange of contracts and discuss your obligations with you, such as vacating the property;

Liaise with agent and confirm deposit holding;

Notify your mortgagee of the sale and arrange a discharge of mortgage;

Review and arrange the signing of the transfer by you;

Review and liaise with you regarding the settlement funds and distribution of money;

Arrange settlement with all parties;

Attend settlement on your behalf; and

Notify all parties that settlement has taken place.

Sale Progression

When selling property, you instruct Aurora Conveyancing to prepare contracts for sale. We will commence ordering the required searches.

At this time you will need to review, sign and return any required documentation you receive in your welcome pack from Aurora.

Step 1

Contracts will be sent to our office for review.

Step 2

Within the 5 business day cooling off period we will advise you on the terms of the contract, explain your obligations and negotiate the terms of the contract as required.

This will be done in writing or at a meeting in our office.

Step 3

The balance of the deposit is paid by you prior to the expiration of the 5 day cooling off period. We will assist you with the payment.

Step 4

Stamp duty is payable within 3 months of the date of exchange. We will assist you with any OSR forms and naturally with payment.

Step 5

Registration of the plan of subdivision notification will be given to us by the vendors conveyancer and we will promptly pass on any information as soon as it is provided to us.

Step 6

We will notify you and your bank of registration and commencement of the 14 day settlement period. 

We will promptly provide your bank with all required documents so there is no delay with settlement.

Step 7

Settlement is booked between all parties approximately 1 week prior to settlement.

Step 8

We will confirm the appointment with you and if any funds are required from you after your loan funds. We will co-ordinate cheques on your behalf.

Step 9

On day of settlement Aurora Conveyancing will attend to last checks on the title and we will attend settlement on your behalf.

Step 10

As soon as settlement has taken place we will advise you.

Congratulations! The Property is now yours.