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.
Buying in New South Wales
Purchasing a property is a huge investment. You want to make sure you are getting it right? You don’t want any hidden surprises or find out 2 years later that there are untold problems. That’s where our property solicitors and conveyancers can help. With over 12 years’ experience in conveyancing we can guide you through each stage of the process seamlessly. Whether you are a first-time home-buyer or this is an investment. we can guide you through the pitfalls. There is never a stupid question and we are always on hand to answer any of your queries.
Selling in New South Wales
Selling a property for the first time, or any time for that matter is a stressful project. Will you get the asking price? Do you need to renovate before putting it on the market? What is the best ‘selling method’? Should you use an agent or sell it yourself? Should you go to auction or a private sale? There are probably a million thoughts running through your head right now!
Off The Plan Packages
An ‘Off the Plan Contract’ refers to a contract for a property which has not yet been built, usually a Unit or Apartment. When a buyer views a development all the buyer will be shown is the marketing material, as usually there will be no established property.
House And Land Packages
A House and Land package is one where the buyer purchases the land and then purchases the house. This means that two contracts are entered into simultaneously. The buyer will enter into the standard Contract for the Sale of Land which will usually be the one prepared by either the state Law Society of the State, or in QLD the contract is prepared by the Real Estate Institute of QLD.
Our property and conveyancing lawyers also deal with conveyancing in Victoria and Queensland. A large number of our clients purchase interstate for investment purposes and often we see clients relocating interstate for a variety of reasons. The conveyancing process in Victoria and Queensland is in ways quite different to New South Wales and it is important to have a solicitor experienced in dealing with interstate conveyancing. Our interstate conveyancing experience means you can sit face to face with your solicitor in New South Wales whilst purchasing or selling your interstate property.
Entering a commercial Lease is a big decision and you should be prepared for your responsibilities under the Lease. Whether you are a landlord (Lessor) or a Tenant (Lessee), our Commercial Property solicitors can assist in drafting a commercial lease on your behalf or advising you on the content of a Lease you propose to enter into you.