As a seller it is important to remember that you are not exempt from process costs. Some things that may fall into this category are:
As a seller, you are obligated to give the buyer an electrical and gas (if applicable) compliance certificate for the property you are selling. This includes any costs of any repairs to the existing electrical installation.
To cancel a bond (if you have one on the property), you need to provide your bank with 3 months
notice of intention. If you do not do this, the bank can charge interest
for up to three months as a ‘cancellation’ fee so make sure you are
ahead of the game.
Commission to your agent is payable by the seller on the registration of the transfer of the property only.
While this is not a set cost, getting your rates clearance may cost you if you get a company to help you with the process. There also may be some outstanding amounts that need to be paid here.
While a seller doesn’t need to pay the Transfer Duty costs, there is what is called a Capital Gains tax on a property when it is sold that MAY be applicable.
Be prepared when you sell to take these into account!