Supported by the strength of a quality-assured legal practice, Conveyancing.com expertly handles and takes the stress out of buying and selling your property. We believe experience counts and only lawyers who have attained their professional qualifications work with our clients.
We offer efficient work and knowledgeable property advice at all points of the conveyancing process to ensure our clients are informed on all aspects of their property transaction. Our promise is our full commitment to delivering you the best results, backed by the experience of our highly qualified staff.
Our conveyancing lawyers are experts in business and property law.
Our conveyancing lawyers will identify issues and provide legal advice on how to handle them.
We provide a faster and simpler conveyancing service with an online delivery.
We'll always keep you in the loop with regular updates on contracts and signings via email.
A traditional conveyancer will only have a diploma in conveyancing and no other qualifications.
Traditional conveyancers are only permitted to offer transactional advice on filling out documents.
Some traditional conveyancers can only offer their services via time-consuming face-to-face meetings.
Some conveyancers take several days to give you an update with a meeting or ill-timed phone call.
“I’m a busy professional and time poor. I needed to ensure my purchase was going to be handled without me having to do everything. I thought I’d be treated like a number, but I got a personalised service by a dedicated lawyer. I was updated with alerts online every step of the way.”
"I was nervous about the purchase of my first home. Conveyancing.com assigned a lawyer to me who was very knowledgeable about property law and even explained the work that was being done so I could understand the process better. They made it so simple."
"It was a simple, effective, and economical service that was hassle-free and happened seamlessly in the background. The information updates I received along the way were particularly helpful. Knowing a lawyer and not just a conveyancer was handling my house sale was excellent."
We recommend contacting a conveyancer at the beginning of the conveyancing process. This will allow us to provide you with expert legal guidance and guarantee the conveyancing process runs smoothly, as this is the most important purchase of your life and the risks involved can be extremely high.
Whether you are a small first home buyer or a largescale property developer, Conveyancing.com offers efficient, cost-effective and carefully tailored advice, utilising our team of leading conveyancing experts who will provide you with exceptional legal support and guidance throughout the entire process.
The cost of online conveyancing can vary due to the complex nature of a property transaction. We will advise you at the start if the conveyancing services you require will extend beyond the fixed-fee service.
The major distinction between a solicitor and conveyancer in Victoria are their qualifications and level of training. To be a solicitor you are required to complete at a minimum a Bachelor of Laws degree followed by a one-year Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.
In contrast, registration as a conveyancer typically requires the completion of an advanced diploma of conveyancing and 12 months of work experience.Conveyancers will typically charge less than Lawyers for their services; however, they are not qualified to give legal advice.
Whilst most conveyancing transactions are usually completed without major hassles, some do occasionally end up in litigation before court. In these instances, it is imperative to have an expert in property law representing your interests.