Terms & Conditions
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Our offer will be presented on a standard New Zealand, Auckland Law Society Sale And Purchase Agreement and will include six additional clauses.
The agreement will state an expiry date. This means that if you do not sign and send the offer back to us, it will expire. There will be a Vendor's Lawyer/Solictor Approval clause. This is entirely for the benefit of the Vendor. Only cross this out if you are familiar with a Sale And Purchase Agreement and its additional clauses. There will also be a Clear Title or Bank Approval Clause. This is because we must ensure that the amount on the contract will clear any debt owing on the property. There will be a Due Diligence or Purchaser's Approval Clause. This is to allow us and our partners/clients the necessary time to ascertain the suitability of your property. It may be appropriate here to organise a Registered Valuation or a Builder's Report. There will also be an On-Sell Clause which states that the Vendor is aware that the Purchaser may on-sell the property and that the property may be listed for sale and advertised on the internet and in print media.
If you have a Property Manager we can liase with them directly to get access to your property. We will endevour to ensure your Tenants are kept happy and disrupted as little as possible in this process.
Once The Sale And Purchase Agreement has been signed by both parties, we may need a copy of the tenancy agreement if the property if currently rented. We may also require the Body Corporate Minutes and any other General Meeting Minutes that have taken place. We will usually also require a rental statement for the last 1-2 years that the property has been rented if the property is or has been a part of a hotel manaagement situtation.
If you, the Vendor, currently have your property for sale, you agree to remove any signage associated with the marketing of your property. If your property if advertised with a Real Estate Agent and they are reluctant to remove their marketing and advertising efforts, then we request that a price is not advertised in relation to your property. The price should simply be 'Price by Negotiation'.
The price that is offered is not negotiable. We strive to ensure that our offers reflect current market value.