- Vacant Land?
- Off the plan subdivision?
- Change of ownership – Related Party Transfers?
- Auction or Private Treaty?
What is a Vendors Statement?
A Vendors Statement is a document required from the person selling a property (Vendor) and must be provided to a prospective purchaser prior to them signing the Contract. A Contract of Sale is not enforceable unless a Vendors Statement has been provided to the purchaser. (space) The function of the Vendors Statement:remove is to inform the purchaser of certain particulars about the property. When a purchaser is deciding whether to buy a property, they will be shown a Vendors Statement by the selling agent. The Vendors Statement will include information relating to rates, zoning, building information, restrictions etc. (space) Any Vendor accepting a written offer for the sale of a property is required to produce a Vendors Statement.
We are able to obtain information online and compile a Vendor’s Statement promptly. SPACE We are able to email documents so that they may be immediately accessed online by Purchasers and their advisors. If you intend to sell your property Emerald Conveyancing can prepare your Vendor Statement. Contact Emerald Conveyancing on (03) 9686 3640
Contracts for the sale of land must be in writing. Generally your Estate Agent will prepare the Contract of Sale but if your sale is private or by auction Emerald Conveyancing have prepared forms of contract to suit all property in Victoria (including off-the-plan sales, Owners Corporations and Auction Contracts). The Vendor has the right to determine the terms of a Contract and we are able to ensure that the contract used will be the most suitable to you.
Want a Release of deposit money prior to settlement?
We at Emerald Conveyancing can prepare a Section 27 Statement. Once a Contract has been signed Emerald Conveyancing can serve on your behalf a Section 27 on the purchaser.
Contact Emerald Conveyancing for a stress free Sale. Let us take the stress out of selling, we can assist you from with every aspect of the Sale from preparing the initial Section 32 Vendors Statement, notifying your lender of the sale, arranging a discharge of mortgage, liaison with the purchaser’s conveyancers to arrange settlement and distribution of settlement funds