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Take the stress and confusion out of buying or selling a property by letting us handle all the details for you. We’re not just conveyancers - We offer the full spectrum of property and legal services, so you’re covered in any situation.

Buying or selling a property can be an exciting time. It’s certainly one of the most important decisions that you will make in your lifetime. But that excitement can often be accompanied by confusion and stress as you try to understand the conveyancing process and its possible pitfalls.

We can walk you through the steps you need to take to ensure that your purchase or sale runs smoothly and that your anxiety is kept at bay. We have many years of experience handling property sales, and we’ll explain every step of the way in plain English and keep you in the loop throughout the process.

This means that you get to focus on enjoying your property experience.

More than just conveyancers

We're not only conveyancers, we’re also lawyers. That means that in addition to assisting you with the conveyancing process, we can also provide legal advice, expertise and protection in the event of a dispute with the vendors (sellers), purchasers (buyers) or tenants.

Our conveyancing team is made up of conveyancing and property law specialists including lawyers, and clerks,  working together to support your property needs.

We have close relationships with local real estate agents and property developers.

Our fees are no more expensive than the majority of conveyancing-only firms, but you have the added benefit of legal expertise.

Need to speak to someone about the conveyancing process? call us today

Some common questions about the conveyancing process:

What is Conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the process of transferring the title of property (ie. the government record of who owns it) from one person to another.
The conveyancer is the person responsible for transferring the title.

How long will it take?

The time it takes from when you enter into a contract through to final settlement and payment is hard to predict. There are different parties involved and many variables. You will need to discuss this with your conveyancer.

Do I need a Conveyancing lawyer to buy or sell my property?

No. You can go through a conveyancing-only firm. The advantage of using a law firm is that you have all bases covered in the event of a dispute with a vendor, purchaser or tenant. We can look after everything in the conveyancing process without you having to employ any additional specialists.

What is stamp duty?

It’s a tax charged by the government when you buy a property. The amount will depend on the property’s value, and whether you are entitled to any concessions such as the First Home Owners grant.

What are "searches" in a conveyance?

The conveyancer will do various searches on the property in order to find out who has the title and whether there are any issues such as easements or covenants over the land (eg. an electricity authority may have a right of way to access the property in order to maintain or repair equipment).

What is the "cooling-off period?

After the buyer signs the contract for sale there is a period of 5 days during which they can change their mind and only incur a small termination fee. This is usually 0.25% of the purchase price of the property.