Purchasing or selling a property may be the single most expensive transaction a person makes in their lifetime. Tied to this are emotional considerations such as memories of childhoods past; blood sweat and tears in renovating and making a place your own, or dreams for a future home or investment.
Conveyancing is not simple, and each sale is as unique as the property you are selling or buying.
Whether you are selling or buying a property, we offer expert legal advice tailored to the property and your individual requirements.
Conveyancing has evolved and is now often an entirely electronic process. Our trained lawyers will assist you to navigate this digital world; we handle the complexity and offer a range of flexible options to meet all our client’s technological preferences.
We assist purchasers by reviewing contracts of sale and section 32 information (or ‘Vendor Statements’) prior to you entering into the contract. We review the contract to ensure you are aware of any risks and your obligations before you sign.
If you sign contracts before obtaining legal advice you may find yourself in a situation where you cannot get out of the contract.
We will guide you through the purchasing process right through to settlement.
We undertake post settlement services such as notifying council and water authorities of the change in ownership details.
We will draft a contract of sale inclusive of conditions that are tailored to your individual requirements; protecting your investment and meeting requisite industry standards.
We prepare section 32 statements to meet a vendor’s legislated disclosure obligations. You should contact us as soon as possible upon deciding to sell, as we are required to apply for certificates and searches (such as from the State Revenue Office or Water Authorities) that take time to be received.
We will guide you through the sale process right through to settlement.
Best outcome for all
Our lawyers are professional, thorough, and great communicators. We pride ourselves on working with all parties involved in a sale, to achieve the best possible outcome for all involved.
Buying or selling a home is not only a major financial decision, it is a major life decision. We advise our clients to update or make a Will following a change in circumstances such as this, and our lawyers have the expertise to also assist you with this process.
We offer a fixed fee (plus disbursements) for conveyancing – contact us to receive a free, no-obligation quote.
Make a Conveyancing enquiry
Let us know some of the details about your purchase and one of our team members will contact you.