Once you've entered settlement, it's natural to wonder how soon it will take to actually see the money from your newly sold home.
Knowing when you have to pay your stamp duty is key to being an informed buyer.
Many new home owners would love to be able to move house on settlement day, but while it's possible there can certainly be some hurdles.
You've agreed on a home loan with your lender but something has come up and you want out. What are your options for cancelling it?
A delayed settlement can cost buyers and sellers valuable time and money. Here's how to avoid it, and what to do if it happens to you.
In the world of real estate, it's easy to get lost when discussing loan settlement, settlement statements, and other easily-misidentified phrases. We'll help you keep all of these terms sorted out.
Settlement day isn’t just the day when the keys to the new property will be handed over to you. Review this checklist to help you prepare for the big day.
Settlement is one of the most confusing parts of the home buying process. We’ve broken it down for you in easy to understand terms.