Buying Information

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  1. Speak with your Finance Consultant to arrange the best loan to suit your needs.

  2. Prepare a short list of preferred suburbs that suit your lifestyle, bearing in mind affordability and accommodation requirements.

  3. Research sales in those preferred suburbs. Inspect every property in your preferred suburb so that you have a feel for the prices.

  4. Develop a relationship with one of our professional team. Your deVille sales consultant will be able to advise you of any additional information you may need and also inform you how you can register on our website to automatically receive notification of any new listings that hit the market.

  5. If you are considering making an offer, we recommend that you contact your deVille sales consultant promptly so they can guide you if you are in any way unsure of the process.

  6. On signing the contract for sale, you will be required to pay a deposit of 0.25% of the agreed purchase price. There is a provision of a 5 business-day cooling-off period to give the purchaser time to arrange for loan approval and to carry out any building and pest inspections that they may require. During the cooling-off period, the purchaser can change their mind and cancel the contract. If the purchaser does decide to cancel the contract, they will forfeit 0.25% of the purchase price to the vendor.

  7. There is no cooling-off period if:

    - The purchaser instructs their solicitor to sign a 66W Certificate which waives their cooling-off right; or
    - The property is sold at auction.

  8. Prior to settlement, it is advisable that the purchaser carries out a final inspection. This is to ensure that the property is in the same condition as when you last inspected it, and that all inclusions are as per the contract you signed.

  9. Settlement is the completion of the transaction. The settlement date is established at the time of the exchange of contracts.