Residential Property Conveyancing
Purchasing a home, a section of land to build on, a unit or even an entire building is an exciting but potentially daunting venture. Whether it's your first time buying or you're a seasoned investor, it's important to get expert legal advice in the early stages of the process.
There are lots of steps involved in conveyancing and it's important to ensure none of the details get overlooked. Our property team are experts and will take care of these details for you, while making sure you are aware of the goings on at every stage of the transaction. After assessing your unique situation, our team can assist and advise before you sign anything and will always inform you of your rights and obligations.
We can assist with advice on property sale, finance, insurance, title, easements and review of land information memorandums, land and build contracts, building and toxicology reports. We can also assist with properties that are unit title or cross-lease. Unit titles are governed by body corporate rules which can limit the way you use your unit, and you will be required to pay levies for maintenance of common areas. Cross-lease property owners usually have shared rights and restrictions and require consent from other owners and the Council for any alterations.
As you can imagine, every property is unique, and it is important to have expert, timely advice to avoid any complications or issues. We handle the tricky stuff so you can have a smooth and stress-free experience. We also have set fees for our residential conveyancing services so that you can rest assured that you won't have a budget blow-out.
So if you're looking for effective legal solutions from people who'll put you first - then call us today onor request an appointment.