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Qualified Estate Agent

The first and probably the most important step in the process of selling your property is to source a qualified and professional estate agent.

Ensure that the agent has a valid fidelity fund certificate and are operating in line with S.A Property Legislation. A good idea is to browse the website of the agency you have chosen, this should give you a better idea of who you are entrusting the sale of your property to. Once you have decided on an agency to market your property the next step is for them to give you a fair and market related valuation of your property

Offers to Purchase

Once there is an interested buyer a written Offer to Purchase will be prepared by your agent. The price on the offers will generally differ to that of your selling price. You are under no obligation to sign any one offer but it is advised to be realistic in terms of the market related value of your property. The agent must explain the offer to you to ensure that you are aware of and understand all the terms and conditions of the offer. Once an offer has been accepted and signed by you, all parties are legally obligated to follow through with the transaction unless there were any conditions of sale that were not fulfilled in the stipulated time period as per the offer.


  • ­ Sale is subject to bond approval
  • ­ Sale is subject to the sale of the buyers property


  • ­ The commission you agreed to pay your estate agent
  • ­ Legal costs for the cancellation of any existing mortgage bond that is registered over the property
  • ­ Outstanding Rates and taxes (levies in respect of sectional title property)

Why choose Etchells and Young to Sell Your Property

•  Statistics prove that you will get a better price by employing a sole agent to sell your property.
•  Sole agents concentrate their time and efforts on their sole mandated properties and put more time. ­
•  Signing a sole mandate avoids duplication of buyers and this eliminates double commission claims.
­•  Affords the seller more privacy and security. ­
•  Too many agents can cheapen the property if one buyer uses different agents to negotiate the price.
­•  Only one for sale board outside you property. ­ Reduced agents commission rate.

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