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Home Buyers Seminar – 10 July – Register now!

By {mds} law, published on: 20/06/2013
The Canterbury real estate market has changed dramatically since the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. Now more than ever buyers need to be well informed about the process of buying homes in such a challenging market.

MDS Law and ASB have combined to present some of the key areas that those new to the residential property market, those buying again or for investment need to know.

Key topics:
  • How to work with your banker/lawyer
  • The property process – from contract to settlement
  • Finance and the capacity to service debt
  • Types of Property sales – auction, deadline sale, private treaty and tender
  • Impact of land classification e.g. TC1, TC2 & TC3 on ASB lending Criteria
  • Insurance Issues, EQC Assignments and more

Seminar details

  • Date: 10 July 2013
  • Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
  • Venue: ASB Regional Centre, 518 Colombo Street (across from Rebel Sport)

Representatives from both ASB & MDS Law will jointly present the seminar with time for Q&A.

Numbers will be limited so please register your attendance interest no later than 30 June by emailing: Mark Beale (MDS Law Business Manager) at


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