Buying a Unit Off the Plan –the Contract – Part 4 Surely we must be almost there! There is after all only so must one can take in about off the plan units. In our final chapter of this absolutely riveting series which has surely kept you on the edge of your seat (or has […]

Buying a Unit Off the Plan –the Contract – Part 3 Our last blog focused on the Seller’s right to terminate (often at any point), along with the fact they may not even currently own the land under which your unit may be built on. We further highlighted the intricacies of material prejudice. This article […]

Buying a Unit Off the Plan –the Contract – Part 2 Our previous article assisted in familiarising you with some of the salient points and considerations with off the plan contracts. We will further outline other important aspects for you to be aware of and to bring to your lawyer’s attention.  Andrew Pine solicitor can […]

Buying a Unit Off the Plan –the Contract – Part 1 In previous articles from the writer we uncovered the intricacies of buying a unit off the plan by delving into the Disclosure Statement and what this document entails. This week, we explore the document you sign after the Disclosure Statement – the Contract of […]

Andrew Pine Solicitor – Property Tips After the Contract is signed – while the Contract is conditional   Congratulations! You and the Seller have both signed the Contract. You are well on your way to owning your first home. You have contacted your solicitor who has emailed you half a tree of information and it […]

Andrew Pine Insights Contracts – protecting yourself   You have saved a sizeable deposit and are aware of how to minimise your entry costs. Perhaps it’s time to commence embarking on that great adventure towards owning your first home! You start by attending dozens of open homes and eventually find one you like. You put […]

  Andrew Pine – Guide to buying your first home in Queenstown (Part 2) Contracts – protecting yourself   You have saved a sizeable deposit and are aware of how to minimise your entry costs. Perhaps it’s time to commence embarking on that great adventure towards owning your first home! You start by attending dozens […]

FAMILIES in Western Australia are at breaking point, plagued with mounting debts they can’t pay off, as they face the reality of a collapsing economy. As properties decrease significantly in value and unemployment rates rise, many are now struggling to find jobs to make ends meet. Could this be the future of Melbourne and Sydney? […]