Keep in mind that Western Australia has no cooling off periods and once your offer has been accepted – there is a legal and binding contract.  ensure that your offer has a working order annexure – this means that 7-10 days before settlement a final inspection is done to ascertain that the property is still in the same condition as when the offer was made, but also then to ensure that all items as per the working order clause is working.  This applies to all electrical, plumbing, gas and retic in and on the property.

A timber pest inspection annexure is also added – ensuring that their are no live termites on the property and if so – the owner needs to rectify. – read your annexure closely and ensure that you appoint a settlement agent to help guide you through the process.

Strong offers with finance all sorted out, approved or in process will help your offer and communicate with the agent about your special

circumstances or your flexibility around settlement date.