Conveyancing made easy.
Conveyancing is the process of legally transferring property ownership. Conveyancers specialise in property law and are trained in all areas relating to the sale/purchase of real estate and property transactions.
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Our conveyancing lawyers all have a bachelor of laws degree and a diploma in legal practice just to name a few.
Our lawyers will provide you with crucial legal advice for any potential legal issues identified.
We use online conveyancing platforms such as the PEXA to provide updates with no reliance on face-to-face meetings.
We provide a fixed price quote on all residential services and will advise if any service extends beyond the initial fixed fee offered.
Conveyancers are only required to have completed a diploma in conveyancing and 12 months of work experience.
By law, conveyancers are not permitted to give you legal advice during the conveyancing process.
Some conveyancers rely on face-to-face meetings that can prolong the conveyancing process and delay your settlement date.
Conveyancers may advertise a lower price but be wary of hidden costs that could be revealed further down the track.
How does conveyancing work?
Property transaction documents are thoroughly reviewed by our lawyers for any issues that may affect the transaction.
Caveats, easements or anything else that may affect the property transaction are identified, and legal advice is provided during the conveyancing process.
Property transfer documents are exchanged and signed while a settlement date is confirmed.
Settlement day arrives, the conveyancing process is complete, and the new owner or tenant can move into their new home.
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