With large plots of land becoming scarcely available, more people are deciding to join their neighbours to sell as a group to developers. Without the right foundation, groups can fall apart, and you can be taken advantage of. The help of a lawyer can ensure that the sale goes smoothly for everyone.

Selling as a group to developers is much more complicated than your average property transaction. Antunes Lawyers are here to make things simple. We negotiate with developers, owners, and real estate agents to obtain the best offer for you and the group.

When you’re selling as a group to a developer, many factors can impact your potential profit. One of the most important documents that will affect your sale is a Collective Agreement (Joint Sales Agreement or Group Sales Agreement). A Collective Agreement creates rules for the group, establishes how much each owner will receive from a sale, and may also create a committee that will make administrative decisions throughout negotiations.

If you’re not actively involved in drafting or reviewing your Collective Agreement, you might be taken advantage of. Antunes Lawyers can take the stress out of selling your property to developers and ensure that your voice is heard amongst the group. Our goal is to make sure that your experience is as pleasant and rewarding as possible.

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Owning and using land can quickly turn from an exciting and profitable venture, into an incredibly time-consuming, expensive, and stressful investment. Our lawyers know how to effectively navigate the many rules and regulations that govern land use in Australia so that you can save time and money in the long run.

Antunes Lawyers are experts in all things Property Planning and Development. If you’re seeking approval for building plans, dealing with construction companies, leasing your property, conveyancing, selling to developers, or entering a strata scheme, a great lawyer can make all the difference.

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