Selling a property in Victoria

TNS Conveyancing works on hundreds of conveyances in Victoria, NSW, and QLD every year. With an efficient and professional conveyancing service, we are able to assist you with things such as:

A contract of sale is the written agreement between you and the buyer about the property purchase. This document sets out the terms of the real estate transaction that all parties must comply with. Often, conditions of the contract of sale may go back and forth between parties before the purchase price, conditions, and other compromises are settled (particularly for higher value transactions).

TNS Conveyancing drafts compliant contracts of sales and assists clients in executing contracts for selling residential, commercial, and industrial properties in Victoria. We can also represent you in negotiations of contract clauses that don’t suit your requirements.

The Vendor’s Statement includes mortgages, caveats, outgoings, leases, planning schemes, and other details concerning the property. Providing an incomplete or inaccurate section 32 statement could push a buyer to back out of the sale or pursue legal action against you. Our conveyancers can help you prepare and double-check all the information included in the Vendor’s Statement before you present it to potential purchasers of your property.

Want to secure access to the buyer’s deposit before settlement? This is possible under the Sale of Land Act 1962. We can help you secure the buyer’s written authorisation by preparing a notice in writing or Section 27 statement. The statement outlines the particulars of a mortgage or caveat on your property.

Our conveyancers can assist foreigners (non-Australian residents for tax purposes) in sales and settlements of residential property.

Where a property serves as a security for an outstanding mortgage, the lender generally holds the title or control of the title until the mortgage is paid off. Should you decide to sell (or just pay off the mortgage), you have to pay the mortgage in full and release your property title from the lender’s interest. This legal process is called mortgage discharge. We can assist with completing a discharge authority so you can end your mortgage contract and proceed with selling your property.

Selling a property with an existing lease is a bit more complex since you have to make sure you don’t infringe on the rights of your tenants during the process. Depending on the property, your personal situation, and the buyer, our conveyancers can advise you on the pros and cons of selling your property tenanted or untenanted. We can also review your lease agreements and make sure you maintain a good relationship with your tenants.

We work closely with real estate agents, lenders, and other third parties who are involved in conveyancing transactions.

Take advantage of our highly personalised services and cost-effective conveyancing fees. If you need assistance when selling a property in Victoria, get in touch with our conveyancers by calling +613 9959 9850 or email us at info@tnsconveyancing.com.au.

Complete cost transparency

All conveyancing fees and charges are provided upfront and in writing. We give you exactly what is and is not included.

How it works

Enquire

Request a free, no-obligation callback and one of our conveyancers will get back to you within 24 hours. Tell us what’s going on with your conveyancing transaction so we can assess your situation and give you a no-obligation quote.

Correspond

If you decide to proceed with us, we will contact you straight away. We will ask for some money in trust and moving forward, our conveyancing team will keep in touch via email and phone throughout the process.

Review

At the end of every transaction, we will ask you whether we have met the high-level conveyancing service you deserve, the same standards to which we aspire. If not, we will work with you to address any shortcomings immediately.

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