Auction – 29th February 2020
As advertised or by appointment
Rates Per Quarter
Water – $248
Council – $677
Welcome to 20a Cabramatta Road, Mosman. An immaculately presented pre-federation semi.
When you inspect this beautiful home, take your time to look around so you can get a feel for each room and a close look at the details.
If this home looks like the perfect match, let us know so we can keep you informed and ensure you don’t miss out.
If you need any further details or have any questions contact us at anytime. We’re always available.
Charlie Chedid | Managing Director
p. +61 426 530 958 e. firstname.lastname@example.org
Why are they moving?
The owners are downsizing as all of their children have grown up and moved out.
What made them fall in love?
They loved the gorgeous sandstone exterior, charming period features, spacious interior and the large entertaining outside space and garden.
Morning coffee stop?
Heirloom on Avenue Road.
Favourite local eats?
Heirloom, Bloom cafe and August the Old Place.
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Before you purchase a property – in particular a new home – it’s important to obtain a Building & Pest Report from a qualified inspector. This will provide you with a complete list of defects, if any, of the home. It will also help you prepare for any future maintenance that may need to be allocated for or inform you of issues that may need to be resolved ASAP.
A pre-approval of finance from your bank or lending institution needs to be in place before safely proceeding with your property purchase, however many banks will approve you in principle but may require a valuation. Don’t be alarmed if your bank or lending institution request a valuation by a registered property valuer. This is normal practice and serves
as a confirmation of the agreed sale price. If you’re intending to buy at auction, all the above-mentioned must be in place. Auction day is final. If you turn up and are the highest bidder pas the reserve price you are the instant owner awaiting settlement of the property.
Once agreement on price, settlement, conditions,etc has been reached with the vendor, the sale can proceed. An exchange of contracts is the only way to actually buy or sell real estate. This is achieved by signing the contract of sale which is then processed by the agent with all legal parties.