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Selling Real Estate Guides for your State

In-depth, State Based Selling Real Estate Guides

Each state and territory across Australia has slightly different rules around selling real estate.  To help you navigate the process and make the most out of your property in your local area, we have collated these state and territory guides on selling real estate that we hope you find useful.

We walk you through how to choose an agent and what questions you should ask.  We cover the different ways to sell property in your state or territory and the best ways to market your property to get the best results.  Contracts and what is required varies so we cover this along with the cost of selling as this too varies dramatically across the country.  We finish off with a review of the settlement process and the exchange of contracts.

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