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Private Sales

List a sale property privately on allhomes.com.au

You can privately advertise residential and commercial properties and businesses for sale on allhomes.com.au .

Listing a private sale on allhomes.com.au differs in cost dependent on your region. Click here to calculate the cost of your listing.

In listing with allhomes.com.au , you will have the ability to add the below information:

  • A full description of the property;
  • Key property features;
  • Up to 20 photographs;
  • Inspection and/or auction details; and
  • Important property documents e.g., EER Report, floor plans;

The below will automatically accompany your listing if available:

  • Inclusion in search database;
  • Block information map & vital statistics;
  • Area map including planning zones, easements and land countour information;
  • Details on nearby facilities;
  • Historic sales information;
  • Realtime counter of listing views; and
  • Access to sales listing available 24 hours a day.

Your private sale advertisement will remain on allhomes.com.au until the property is sold, withdrawn or handed to an agent for marketing.

N.B. Once a property has sold, it is a requirement that the listing is marked as such and the achieved sale price is included.

To list a private sale you will need a My allhomes.com.au account; It takes less than one minute to set up. Your private sale can then be created and edited at any time through your account.

Please be aware that you should have all wording and images prepared and ready to upload before you start this process or risk being timed out of the system.

Simply click here to sign up and start your listing!

If you need any further support please click here to contact the Allhomes Customer Support Team.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing your listing on the site shortly!

Allhomes Customer Support Team

Important information for ACT Property Owners

The Civil Law (Sale of Residential Property) Act 2003 (the Act) stipulates the following documentation must be completed before an ACT property can be advertised or marketed for sale in the ACT.

A Contract for Sale –  including Title Search and Crown Lease (a standard contract a solicitor can prepare for you)
An Energy Efficiency Rating Report (not applicable for sale of vacant land)
A Building Inspection*
A Pest Inspection*

Note:  *Applicable to Houses/Townhouses/Villas – not applicable to: land only sales; properties in multi-storey structures (Units/Apartments); or off-the-plan properties/newly-built-properties.

There is a specific field in the listing form where you must include the Energy Efficiency Rating (EER). Failure to comply with this may result in prosecution by the Office of Regulatory Services.

The Act states 'A seller of residential property commits an offence if the required documents are not all available for inspection by a prospective buyer at all times when an offer to buy the property may be made to the seller'.

Amendments to the Act are listed at www.legislation.act.gov.au – a solicitor can advise you of necessary documentation.

Please email listing enquiries to support@allhomes.com.au