Hope Island is one of the Gold Coast’s most exclusive suburbs. Home to an enclave of exclusive housing estates, such as Sanctuary Cove and Hope Island Resort, with several world class golf courses meandering in between.
Did you wake up on Christmas morning to find a shiny new drone under the Christmas tree? Lots of people did, with this must have gadget topping many a Christmas list. Before you start the engines and take to the skies there are a few simple rules that you should be aware of to avoid landing yourself a hefty fine.
So you’ve spent countless weekends scouring the suburbs of Brisbane, or the Gold Coast for that perfect property and you think you’ve finally found ‘the one’ and are ready to put in an offer and sign a contract of sale. It’s right about now that you need to tap the brakes every so slightly. There’s no point rushing in and signing your name, as the entire conveyancing process will be dictated by this contract, so you want to make sure you’ve got it right before signing.
So you’ve had your property on the market for a while and have now signed a contract of sale and sold your property. First of all congratulations on the sale! While getting that offer may be exciting at first, we’re sure that a bit of stress is beginning to creep into your mind as you start to consider the long list of things you now have to take care.
We're sure you've been told once or twice before about how important it is to have a will in place, even when you're not planning to 'kick the bucket' anytime soon. Our conveyancing solicitors make sure that at the end of each sale or purchase the client is reminded that they need to put a will in place. Unfortunately there are a great deal of people out there who still don't have a will in place.
At Dylan & Inns Gold Coast and Brisbane we deal with a lot of first home buyers looking to break into the property market and have a keen interest in ensuring their purchase is successful. One of the most frequent questions we get asked from these buyers though is ‘how much do I need for a deposit?’