Conveyancing Calendar
Schedule

Conveyancing Calendar

Things take time...

It's important to have a grasp of the whole process to know what you're getting yourself into. Use our calendar below to ensure you're ready for anything.

Buying Timeline

Organising Finances

  • Find your borrowing power by talking to your bank.

  • Budget based on your salary and expenses.

  • Choose the right home loan.

  • Obtain a home loan pre-approval.

Engage RHC

  • It's important to choose a reputable brand, so that you know you're protected in the long run

  • Once we're engaged, we'll send your some initial documents, which you will need to complete and return. For your convenience, you can do this electronically or attend our office at any time. 

Make your offer

  • When the contract is ready, and you're happy to proceed, it's time to present your offer to the Seller.

  • If there's an agent, it can be sent directly to them.

  • If a deposit is payable, make sure you pay this directly to the deposit holder.

Insure your dream home

Once your contract is exchanged, it is so important to insure the property. Most standard REIQ contracts put the property at the Buyer's risk the moment that the contract is signed.

Settlement

  • Funds will be paid to the Seller

  • RHC will advise when settlement is complete

  • You get the keys to your dream home

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Find your dream home

It's so exciting to look for your new home, but make sure you take your time so you can find the right one. Generally, most people take 8 weeks.

Contract

  • If you're ready to sign your contract, don't forget to send it through so we can act quickly.

  • If you need a contract review, let us know so that we can make sure it protected you legally.

  • If you want RHC to draft your contract, get in touch for more details.

Exchange contracts

Once your offer is accepted by the Seller, you will both sign where required.

Conveyancing

  • Ordering searches.

  • Advising you of important dates.

  • Contacting local councils and government departments.

  • Liaising with your financier and the other side.

  • Preparing for Settlement.

Government notifications

In time, the titles office will register your name and details as the legal owner of the new property.

Congratulations

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