Conveyancing refers to everything that needs to be checked, searched, signed, and certified in order to sell your property. Our team specialises in conveyancing and are experienced, reliable, and backed up by a team of lawyers. That means you’re in good hands, no matter how complicated things get.
Our team has all the knowledge and experience to help you with all the phases of the conveyancing journey.
Before a real estate agent can advertise your property, you’ll need a contract that sets out exactly what’s for sale and at what price. All potential buyers have access to the contract so it’s important to get it right, and our team can help you draft one. A contract for sale makes it clear what is and isn’t included (things like the fridge, dishwasher, curtains, or chandelier) and it is your responsibility to disclose any other important information about the property.
Settlement is where everything comes together. There is quite a lot of paperwork to file, a lot of money changing hands, and several people who need to be kept in the loop (such as the real estate agent, the seller’s conveyancer, the banks). One of our team members will be your representative to all these different people. They’ll make sure all the right documents are signed by you and everything is filed correctly to the right government department.
To make it more convenient for you we can use PEXA which allows settlement to happen electronically for everyone involved. PEXA makes it possible to automatically transfer funds into your bank account quickly. It’s just another way Conveyancing.com.au helps to get you closer to settling successfully and on time.
To summarise, conveyancing isn’t just something that happens in the background when you buy a property, it’s what makes buying a property possible! From a contract review, to searches, and reaching settlement – conveyancing is all the essential behind-the-scenes work.
Which is why you need the right people by your side to complete the process correctly and legally. Conveyancing.com.au is here to guide you through that vital work and answer any questions you may have. We’re here to help and make the process as easy as possible.
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