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BUYING TIPS

* Start looking as early as possible.

* Make a list of preferred locations and accommodation requirements.

* Establish a price range you are comfortable with.

* Set up an appointment with your financier to discuss your loan requirements. If you need to arrange finance, we can refer you to one of our specialists.

* Attend as many open for inspections and auctions as you can. This will ensure that you are familiar with price trends in your preferred locations and comfortable with the auction process.

* Establish a relationship with one of our agents, who can add you to our database of prospective purchasers.

* Make sure to advise your agent of any properties you're particularly interested in, so you can be kept up to date during the marketing campaign and contacted if the property is likely to be sold prior to auction. We can also arrange for you to have a copy any statements and contracts neccessary for your solicitor to look over as soon as they are available.

* We advise that you arrange a building inspection prior to purchasing. We can recommend specialists in this area if you require assistance.

* There are certain legal requirements and codes of conduct that must be met by vendors, purchasers and agents when negotiating the sale of property. Your agent can assist you in this process, however, it is advisable to ensure that you understand your obligations as a purchaser before you sign a Contract of Sale.

* At settlement, your solicitor or conveyancer will probably advise you to conduct a pre-settlement inspection to ensure the property is in the same condition as it was at the time of sale and that all chattels included are in place. We are happy to arrange this for you with reasonable notice.

* On settlement day, your solicitor is responsible for notifying our office that the settlement has been successfully processed. We are not able to hand you keys to your new property until we have received this notification. It is important that you request your solicitor to do this immediately after settlement.