During this process the Bidder will be asked to do Two Factor Authentication. Further information about this can be found here
This is how a Bidder makes a clicktopurchase® offer:
Figure: the make an offer form
When you submit your offer, an electronic draft Agreement of Sale is generated which contains the unique, hashed, digital signature of the Bidder submitted on behalf of the Buyer
Having your clicktopurchase® offer accepted
When a Bidder submits a clicktopurchase® offer on behalf of a Buyer (who may be the Bidder), an email is generated to all parties confirming the terms of the offer. The terms of the offer are also displayed in the Bidder’s My Account page
If the Seller instructs the agent to accept the offer, the following actions occur:
The Selling Agent physically signs the Agreement of Sale which has been generated when the Bidder submits their offer. A legal contract has been formed. This is uploaded by the Agent to the platform.
The Selling Agent then accepts the offer through clicktopurchase®. This generates an electronic form of the Agreement of Sale with digital signatures attached on behalf of both the Buyer and the Seller.
All parties receive confirmation and an electronic copy of the digitally signed Agreement of Sale and the physically signed version.
The property is marked as “Sold”
Figure: Email showing an offer has been accepted
Figure: Digitally signed Agreement of Sale
Having your clicktopurchase® offer rejected
A clicktopurchase® offer will expire if the Bid Expiry deadline passes.
In addition, the agent may choose to reject a live clicktopurchase® offer. You will receive email confirmation and a message will appear in your My Account.
Figure: Email showing a rejected offer