It is important you feel comfortable with your chosen Agent and trust that they will do everything in their power to make selling your home as easy as possible and achieve the best price for your property. Your Agent will visit your house and together, you will choose a suitable price based on the market and recent sales in your neighbourhood. With Coronis, we give you a variety of marketing packages and advice which would best suit your circumstance. All packages include printed ads in both the local paper and the Courier Mail, professional photos and presentation on eight of Australia’s largest Real Estate websites and a combination of Coronis Specialities to sell your house quickly and at the price your want.
From the interest generated in advertising, there will be a number of enquiries and inspections booked. Open House Inspections will be arranged at a time suitable with you. If your house has tenants, 24 hours is required to give notice of all inspections, however if you occupy the house we will call you for a suitable time to show prospective buyers through the house. After every inspection and Open House, your Agent will call you and provide feedback. Please see our Selling Checklist on how best to present your House to appeal to the potential buyer.
￼Once an offer has been made, your Agent will bring this to you to discuss, you may or may not accept this offer. If you don’t accept this offer, you may proceed to negotiate a mutual price or wait for another offer closer to your asking price. Your Agent will be able to advise you and guide you through this negotiation period.
So you’ve agreed on a price and it’s time to sign and date the contract. The property is now UNDER CONTRACT. The buyer will pay a deposit which Coronis Realty will hold for you. The Buyer has a “Cooling Off” period which is five business days. If they decide not to proceed with the purchase during this period, you are to refund the deposit. You are entitled to retain 0.25% of the deposit as a penalty fee. Most contracts become unconditional upon the Buyer securing finance and being satisfied with their pest and building inspection.
Step Five￼ ￼
Once confirmation has been given that the Buyer has had a satisfactory building and pest inspection and have secured finance, your contract will become UNCONDITIONAL. There is nothing further for you to do except wait for settlement. During this time, your Solicitor will conduct searches and change title documents. Settlement date will depend on your contract, most contracts will have a 30 day settlement but this can change according to your circumstance and will have been negotiated when signing the contract.
Step Six￼ ￼
You will be given a date and time for settlement, this is when the Solicitors will meet and agree that your property has been sold and all the paperwork has been organised to change the title etc. Your solicitor will receive the money from the Buyer and then it’s passed onto you.￼