• The full and correct details of the buyer and seller, including names, id or company registration numbers, and contact information.
  • A detailed description of the property being sold, including the size, location, and any special features or conditions.
  • The purchase price of the property, the deposit amount, and any payment terms or deadlines.
  • Any contingencies or conditions that must be met before the sale can be completed, such as the buyer obtaining financing or the seller completing repairs.
  • A timeline for the sale process, including key dates such as the transfer of ownership and the handover of keys.
  • Any warranties or guarantees that either party is making regarding the property, such as a guarantee that all appliances are in working order.
  • Any additional terms or conditions that the parties agree to, such as the inclusion or exclusion of certain fixtures or appliances.

Note: it is highly recommended to have a qualified attorney or conveyancer review and draft the sale agreement to ensure that it complies with all legal requirements and protects the interests of both the buyer and seller.