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Buyers cannot simply change their mind after signing an offer to purchase, due to this document being a legally binding contract. Debbie Justus-Ferns, manager of Renprop Residential sales, explains that the offer to purchase is a purchase agreement which contains all the terms and conditions attached to

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When you decide to sell your home you may be faced with a very specific question: Do I use an established, traditional real estate brand or one of the new online, low-commission or fixed-fee agencies? When selling real estate, there is no silver bullet; no magic

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Q Hi, what is the difference between non-fulfilment of suspensive conditions versus non-fulfilment of a normal contractual term? - Tim A Hi Tim, suspensive conditions are often incorporated in contracts of sale, e.g. obtaining a loan before a certain date. A valid and binding agreement will only come

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When faced with, what feels like, the mountain of paperwork required to complete a property transaction you might easily feel that the signed sales agreement is just another one of those steps to complete before finally celebrating the end of the transaction. You shouldn’t be so hasty though,

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