Third Party Content
The Harcourts platform contains content provided to HIL and its Related Entities by other parties (Third Party Content). HIL or its Related Entities do not have a practice of monitoring or making inquiries about Third Party Content.
HIL and its Related Entities are not responsible for, do not endorse, and make no representations either expressly or impliedly concerning Third Party Content. Third Party Content does not represent the views of HIL or its Related Entities.
Harcourts clients and customers rely on Third Party Content completely at their own risk.
The Harcourts platform contains Inspection Reports, Property Reports, Land Information Memorandums, Health & Safety Reports, and other reports from third parties (Property Reports).
The Property Reports were prepared on the date specified on them and may be out of date. The Property Reports might not take into account the potential impact of external factors (such as changes in the economy, future planned infrastructure, regulation, environment, or the property market) which may affect the value of the property. Property Reports should not be regarded as advice or relied upon by Harcourts clients and customers or any other person.
HIL and its Related Entities recommend that all Harcourts clients and customers seek professional advice before making any property decisions and should engage their own expert to provide independent reports should they have any concerns regarding the Property Reports on the Harcourts platform.
In respect of such Property Reports, HIL or its Related Entities do not act as an agent involved in the provision of such report. For the avoidance of doubt, indicated sections of Property Reports and sections provided by agents (including any price estimate) are deemed to be Third Party Content for the purposes of the section immediately above.
Information for Sellers/Potential Sellers and Buyers/Potential Buyers
Harcourts Group Limited and its franchises are all licensed under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008 and therefore our agents, branch managers, and salespersons are bound by the Act and the Real Estate Agents Act (Professional Conduct and Client Care) Rules 2012. The Rules should be read in conjunction with the Act and the Regulations.
As required under the Rules, Harcourts has an in-house Complaints and Disputes Resolution Procedure. Please note: you may access the Real Estate Agents Authority's complaints process without first using Harcourts’ in-house procedures; and any use of our in-house procedures does not preclude you from making a complaint to the Authority.
Information for Sellers/Potential Sellers
If you are considering listing a property or business for sale it is recommended that you first read the Agency Agreement Approved Guide and the Sale and Purchase Agreement Approved Guide prepared by the Real Estate Agents Authority.
Design and contents contained in the Harcourts platform and all Harcourts publications are Copyright Harcourts International Limited. No reproduction, distribution, or transmission of the copyrighted materials is permitted without the prior written permission of HIL, unless otherwise specified.