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Preparing Your OfferA well prepared offer can make all the difference

We encourage and welcome your offer and are here to help.  Scarce Real Estate operates in line with The Land and Business (Sale and Conveyancing) Act 1994, the REISA Code of Conduct and with high levels of integrity and ethics.  Not just during the offer to purchase process, but at all times.

Here are some points that will assist you to put your best foot forward when submitting an offer:

  • It's important your offer is in writing (preferably using our official "Notice of Offer" form - refer to "Click Here" above): 
  • Offers are only legally binding once a contract is signed by the purchaser and the vendor.
  • Offers can be unconditional or subject to terms such as: finance approval; a building inspection; an inclusion; or some other condition the purchaser requests.
  • If your offer and your conditions are acceptable to our vendor, the details will be shown in the "Contract of Sale".
  • Although price is important, other factors such as a short or long settlement, the amount of deposit or pre-existing finance arrangements etc. could give your offer the edge over other buyers.
  • Offers with few or no conditions can often be more appealing to our vendors.

Other Considerations

To accept or decline an offer is always completely at our vendor’s discretion.

  • Our salespeople will keep you informed about the progress of your offer.
  • In some instances our salespeople will request your “Best and Final Offer” in terms of price and conditions.
  • All written offers will be presented to our vendor so an informed decision can be made.
  • A purchaser can determine a time and date during which their offer is valid.
  • Equally our vendor can determine a time and date whereby offers close.
  • While offers are being given due consideration by the vendor, the marketing of the property will continue right up to the time the "Contract of Sale" is completely signed and the deposit has been receipted in our Trust Account.
  • The number of offers and their details always remain strictly confidential.
  • The final sale price can only be disclosed once the property has settled and once the sale information appears on the public record.

Being armed with this knowledge, you're now better prepared to confidently make an offer.

We don't want you to miss your desired property, so please contact us should you require assistance from one of our well-practiced professionals when preparing your offer.

Connect with our very helpful salespeople by phoning Matt Scarce on 0411 185 205 or sending an email to