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Buy a home
What to do before you buy, and how to appoint an agent, get finance, select a suitable home, make an offer, manage the sale and settlement and pay off your mortage.

Sell a home
When selling your home, you should consider appointing an agent and a solicitor. You should also understand sales contracts, methods of sale, costs, and settlement.

Property management
What to look for in an agent, what your agent should do for you and how much you can be charged for property management services.

Retirement villages
Details of buying, selling and living in a retirement village, including different types of villages and how you are protected.

Claims for financial loss
If you suffer a financial loss because of certain actions of a licensed property agent, you can claim from the Claim Fund.

Land Sales Act exemptions
Information about Land Sales Act exemptions, and how to apply for one.

Property forms
Forms for appointing a property agent to act on your behalf.

Sustainability declarations
From 27 June 2012, a sustainability declaration is no longer required when selling a house, townhouse or unit in Queensland.

Personal Identification Information in Property Data (PIIPD) Code of Conduct The Code of Conduct is designed to help protect the personal identification details of Queensland property owners and to stop unsolicited direct marketing using QVAS data. If you think your personal identification information has been used for direct marketing purposes, you can lodge a complaint. You can also have your name and service address surppressed and prevented from being accessed by the clients of information brokers.

Last reviewed 27/06/2013

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