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Etienne Lawyers Simple Step by Step Guide to Buying a Home
 

Etienne Lawyers Simple Step by Step Guide to Buying a Home

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Etienne Lawyers simple guide to buying a home illustrates to the prospective purchaser the steps that they will go through from choosing a home to moving in and everything in between. When to contact ...

Etienne Lawyers simple guide to buying a home illustrates to the prospective purchaser the steps that they will go through from choosing a home to moving in and everything in between. When to contact your solicitor, when to contact your bank, at what stages you will need to have funds available. Who does what, where and when.

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    Etienne Lawyers Simple Step by Step Guide to Buying a Home Etienne Lawyers Simple Step by Step Guide to Buying a Home Presentation Transcript

    • A Step by Step Guide to Buying your Home www.etiennelaw.com
    • You will need to Locate your new home www.etiennelaw.com
    • Now that you have found your home you will need to put an offer to purchase to the owner you should contact Etienne Lawyers so so so that we can request a copy of the contract and order any searches that may be necessary. For example - pest and building report, survey, strata report (if you are buying a unit) www.etiennelaw.com
    • When we receive the Contract for Sale We check the contract for sale for the council zoning certificate for the drainage and sewer diagrams to ensure they are in the correct place for the title certificate to ensure the vendor has the right to sell the property www.etiennelaw.com
    • Finance Now is the time to obtain you unconditional loan if you need one www.etiennelaw.com
    • Exchange of Contracts Once we are satisfied with the pre-exchange searches and you have your finance in place it is time to exchange the contracts. This means that you are committed to purchase the property. www.etiennelaw.com
    • Now we order the searches to give us a snapshot of the health of the property Title Search Electricity Commission Local Council Public Transport Commission Water, sewerage and drainage authority Department of Education Office of State Revenue Energy Authority Health Commission Department of housing www.etiennelaw.com
    • We need to find out even more about the property you are buying so we ask more questions These questions are known as Requisitions on Title and we send them to the seller or their solicitor if they have one to answer We normally send these as soon as possible www.etiennelaw.com
    • We check if there are outstanding arrears or land tax obligations so that the seller can pay them www.etiennelaw.com Land Tax
    • Now it is time to LIASE, LIASE, LIASE We LIASE with your Lender to arrange the documents required We LIASE with the seller’s solicitor for settlement date, place and figures We LIASE with the agent - just because he gets nervous www.etiennelaw.com
    • The Transfer is the document that puts the property you purchase in your name We prepare Transfer of Land, get you to pay any stamp duty and send to Seller’s Solicitor for the seller to sign www.etiennelaw.com
    • It’s time to finalise your loan documents We ensure that the loan documentation is satisfactory We assist you in signing the loan documentation correctly We provide all the required documentation to your lender We arrange the payment of the stamp duty on the mortgage if appropriate www.etiennelaw.com
    • Now we prepare for Settlement We prepare the settlement figures and make adjustments to rates etc and calculate the exact figure you will pay and how many cheques are required at settlement www.etiennelaw.com
    • Next we collect all the documents we need to take to settlement Prepare ‘Order on the Agent’ which tells the agent he can release the deposit you have paid to the seller Confirm the attendance of your lender at settlement We conduct another title search on the day of settlement just to be sure the title is clean We prepare the ‘eNOS’ a government form www.etiennelaw.com
    • The Settlement - when you become the owner of your home You or your lender will hand over The cheques as directed by the seller The Order on the Agent We hand to your lender The Title Search www.etiennelaw.com
    • We give to the seller We receive from the seller The cheques as they directed Direction to Pay Certificate of Title Your lender will take Certificate of title Discharge of any mortgages, caveats etc Discharge of any mortgages, caveats etc Duly stamped and signed memorandum of transfer Duly stamped and signed memorandum of transfer www.etiennelaw.com
    • After Settlement (if you did not have a lender) The stamp duty will have to be paid (if it had not already been paid) We lodge the transfer and discharges with Land Titles office to effect the change of the property into your name We inform the council and water authorities that you have purchased the property If you purchased a unit we inform the body corporate www.etiennelaw.com
    • Now you can move in and enjoy your new home 02 8845 2400 www.etiennelaw.com