You’ve decided to buy a new home, sell your current home or you are moving from interstate or overseas. You may be a first home buyer or your family has outgrown your old home. You may be at a later stage of life and the kids are leaving so you are ready to downsize from the family home. Whatever the reason, buying or selling a home requires conveyancing to ensure the legal transfer of property.
The decision is made, you are speaking to a real estate agent and starting looking at homes in your desired location. Now is a very good time to start talking to the team at First Class Legal to help you through the conveyancing process.
What is conveyancing? Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership (a legal title) of property from one person to another. While this is usually a straight forward process, often there are a lot of factors involved in the actual transfer. There is a contract of sale to be prepared, research on the property to be completed, taxes and rates to be calculated and the final settlement of the property. Dealing with the other side can sometimes be frustrating. You don’t need any more stress when it’s time to move home. It’s important to rely on your conveyancer to resolve issues and ensure you meet the required deadlines.
Demand sound advice from a trusted conveyancer, one who will stand up for your rights and ensure your purchase or sale proceeds without hiccups or unnecessary delay.
Right now, you may have questions about any of these conveyancing situations:
• Buying residential property
• Selling residential property
• Commercial property
• Rural property
• Self managed superannuation funds (SMSF)
• Related party transfers
• Strata title and off the plan
Contact our office to find out more or to arrange a consultation with one of our team.