has anyone done either convayencing or a sale of a house through a kit, is it possible to get insurance if you make a mistake.
I went and saw a nice house for sale in the suburb of Teringie in Adelaide. This was a private sale, I noticed it was still being advertised each saturday on and off (on a sandwich board at an intersection) for about eight or nine months, I don't know wether it was sold or not, however that is a lot of lost weekends, not to mention having strangers traipsing through the house.
They were all very straight forward. They were all 'second hand' properties.
It took us a while to get our heads around what at first seemed complex, but it really is a piece of cake (in my opinion). When we did use a solicitor we added the complexity of having to put everything thru another set of hands; there were extra time delays & trips in to his offices, then more trips to fix what he'd stuffed up. DIY & everything comes to your mailbox or email.
The only 'extra' search we do is a bankruptcy search.