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Derek Lam published an article
over 8 years ago

New Protection for Off-the-plan Purchasers Against Unjust Cancellat...

Purchasers of off-the-plan residential properties will most probably have come across the term 'sunset clause' in their contracts for sale. What is actually a 'sunset clause'? A sunset clause is a common provision contained in a contract for sale of off-the-plan property by which either the ...
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Terry Dehghani published an article
almost 8 years ago

Buying off-the-plan

Basically, purchasing off-the-plan means you are buying a property that has not yet been built. The development can take a few years from the signing of the contract, which usually provides an estimated completion date. I get plenty of first home owners utilising this method of purchasing their f...
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Nicole Armitage published an article
over 8 years ago

RISKS IN BUYING OFF THE PLAN

RISKS IN BUYING OFF THE PLAN Recent media attention has been given to some risks in buying off the plan such as when a buyer purchases an off the plan unit and at the end of waiting patiently for years for his home, the developer withdraws from the contract.  Although the buyer is disappoi...