“Conveyancing” is the legal process involved in transferring the title of a property from a seller to a buyer. A conveyance comes into being by a Contract for Sale of Land. This is normally prepared by a legally qualified person, such as a conveyancer acting for a vendor (seller) and is checked by the purchaser’s (buyer’s) conveyancer.
Broken Hill Conveyancing understands that buying or selling a residential or commercial property is a big decision and a significant matter for most people. Here at Broken Hill Conveyancing, we cater to all people making property transactions in Broken Hill and surrounding areas. We can assist you with property transactions whether you are buying or selling a home, unit, vacant block or commercial building, and including:
- Legal advice in regard to real estate contract law
- Drafting and reviewing Contracts for Sale for sales and purchases
- Contract review
- Cost appraisal including stamp duty, GST and disbursements such as search and registration fees
- Property tenancy including joint tenants and tenants in common
- Statutory warranties, contract conditions and special conditions
- Section 66W Certificates, the cooling off period and deposits
- Execution of contracts, exchange and settlement
- Property settlements and negotiations
- Assistance with identifying suitable opportunities for finance
- Assistance for first home buyers
- Assistance in applying for the First Home Owners Grant or any other grant that might apply
- Mortgages, refinancing property, deposit bonds
Our clients include first home buyers, property developers, real estate agents, banks, mortgage brokers and surveyors. Our conveyancing services are offered at competitive rates, and we deliver them through a highly qualified and experienced Licensed Conveyancer that has a wealth of local knowledge.
Why use a Conveyancer?
The benefits of using a conveyancer over a solicitor include:
- We have a detailed and specific knowledge of conveyancing laws and procedures as this is the only work that we do.
- As conveyancers do not handle matters that require court attendance, in some instances we are more likely to be available for appointments and fast, accurate advice.
- Generally less expensive than a solicitor and able to provide you with a “fixed rate” so you know exactly what it will cost you.
- Like solicitors, conveyancers are also required to be covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance which means you have peace of mind when engaging our conveyancing service.
Contact us to arrange an appointment with our Licensed Conveyancer, Charissa Pascoe.