Whether you are a first time buyer, selling a property for the first time or a seasoned property investor, the conveyancing transaction can be a daunting and scary task with a number of pitfalls. It is always best to use an experienced conveyancer to carry out the work.
Conveyancing is a term used to describe the buying or selling of real property. Real property is essentially land, and land can be owned in a number of ways. Land can be owned in its entirety by a person and that person would be known as a freeholder. Or land can be owned by way of a lease and that person would be known as the leaseholder. Our conveyancing solicitors can advise you fully on your legal rights and obligations as leaseholder or freeholder.
A freeholder, subject to laws and regulations such as planning control, can deal with the property any way they choose and make any alterations or additions they choose. A leaseholder is more restricted and depending on the terms of the lease they hold, they may have to seek permission from the freeholder before carrying out any alterations to the property or using the property for an alternative purpose.
Land can also be owned by different parties, such as by one person, by a number of people or by a corporation. It is important when you are buying a property that those options are explained to you and you are sure of all the legal implications of holding land jointly with another person, or persons, or as a corporation. Again our conveyancing lawyers can advise you fully in this regard.
It is important when buying or selling a property that the sale or purchase is done correctly and legally. It is important that the necessary searches and enquiries are made and the results explained to the potential buyer or the seller by a competent conveyancing lawyer.
Land can only be transferred via a valid written contract for the sale of land which should be drafted and explained to you by an experienced conveyancing solicitor.
Mistakes can be expensive to fix and if a conveyance is not carried out legally and correctly you may find yourself in a position where you have paid a significant deal of money for nothing in return or you have signed away land for nothing in return. Nobody wants to face the possibility of a lengthy and expensive court case in the event that something goes wrong. It is therefore so important that you chose to use an experienced conveyancing lawyer to ensure you are protected each step of the way.
Ultimately you are likely to be buying or selling one of your most expensive assets and therefore you need an experienced conveyancing lawyer to guide you through the process and ensure that your purchase or sale goes through successfully and smoothly.
Whether you are buying your first home, buying an investment property or selling your property, our experienced conveyancing solicitors can guide you through the process.
Our conveyancing solicitors have the knowledge and the skill to ensure your conveyance is carried out efficiently and effectively.
Our experienced property lawyers have experience in dealing with the sale or purchase of any kind of property. So whether you are buying a house or a unit, or a business, you can be sure in the knowledge that our conveyancing solicitors can take you seamlessly through the process.
Our conveyancing lawyers will conduct all the necessary property searches and make all relevant property enquiries. Our conveyancing lawyers will then advise you on the results of those searches and how best to proceed or whether to proceed at all.
Our conveyancing lawyers will deal directly with your real estate agent and your mortgage broker to ensure all the boxes are ticked and all the necessary arrangements are in place to ensure your conveyancing process goes through as smoothly as possible.
Our conveyancing service offers cheap fixed fees for conveyancing. In our opinion our fees are set as cheaply as possible while still ensuring you are provided with the best possible service with no stone left unturned.
Also our mobile conveyancing lawyers understand that you still need to work, especially if you are buying your first home or buying an investment property. So if you are in the Sydney catchment area our conveyancing lawyers won’t expect you to take a day off work to visit us but will actually come to you after hours and weekends, allowing you to get on with your life.