Sunshine Coast Lawyers

Sunshine Coast Lawyers have specialists in Criminal Defence, Divorce law, Family Matters, Mediation, personal Injury and malpractice. Based on the Sunshine Coast with offices in Caloundra and Maroochydore, we also provide legal advice online.

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Caloundra and Maroochydore Law Firm

Our Caloundra and Maroochydore based lawyers are sensitive to the unique challenges our clients face.

Sunshine Coast Lawyers are licensed in Queensland. In addition, through our statewide network of affiliated Lawyers and law firms we represent individuals and families throughout Queensland in serious injury and wrongful death cases.




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Real Estate Agents

Purchasing a home is a huge investment that most of us can afford once in a lifetime. It can be a harrowing experience to find that perfect home and many first-time buyers rely on seasoned real estate agents to show them around. These companies connect you with the right seller so that there is mutual satisfaction all around. But first you have to sign an agreement with real estate agent services companies enumerating the rights and obligations on both sides.


When to fire your real estate agent

In any kind of contractual relationship, it is better to end the contract at the early stages if you are not satisfied with the way things are progressing. If you carry on with the contract in the hope that things will get better, you may actually end up losing money due to legal complications. See Real Estate Lawyers

That is why, you must hire professional agents.


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Lack of communication

You will know that you must find another agent if your present agent is being too pushy. House buying / selling is not an everyday affair; yet he/she is not willing to give you enough time to decide at your own pace. A good agent will consider your expectations, budget, future plans, tenure of stay etc and try to find buyers/sellers accordingly. Instead, if the agent just wants you to accept what is on offer, it’s time to look for another agent.

Unethical practises

Sometimes, real estate agent services providers engage in unethical practices like bidding multiple buyers against each other. Without you being aware of the fact, the same property will be shown simultaneously to other prospective buyers so that the buyers bid against each other which is not in the interest of any particular client.

Lack of interest

If your agent is not punctual for appointments or is not transparent in communications, you should consider terminating the agreement. The agent must always respond to your emails, phone calls, voice mails or text messages instead of procrastinating. If your agent wants you to accept a higher/lower price for a property, he/she must substantiate the change in pricing with relevant and latest market data.

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