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  1. Selling A Property
  2. Buying A Property

Selling A Property

When calculating the cost of the sale of your property, you will need to take into account agents fees and conveyancing costs.

Every conveyance is different.

That means that you will need to get your own quote relative to your individual circumstances.

The calculator below is based on an average domestic residential transaction. It should not be used as a definite quote, but merely a guide. In all instances you will need to contact us for a personalised quotation.

Also remember that GST may be included or excluded from some of the quotations that you get.

You may also incur other fees from your discharging bank, in addition to the amount of your loan that you estimate is still to be paid off.

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Buying A Property

When buying a property there are no agents fees but there is stamp duty, inspection fees, bank fees and registration fees.

Every conveyance is different.

That means that you will need to get your own quote relative to your individual circumstances.

The calculator below is based on an average domestic residential transaction. It should not be used as a definite quote, but merely a guide. In all instances you will need to contact us for a personalised quotation.

Also remember that GST may be included or excluded from some of the quotations that you get.

In addition to the costs below there may also be charges for building and pest reports, surveys, building certificates, strata inspection reports, bank fees and possible mortgage guarantee insurance.

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