Confused about the whole conveyancing process? We can help. Our conveyancing lawyers will take the time to guide you and explain every step until you're confident about signing off.
Sharing and signing documents has never been easier with the use of an online platform. We'll provide you with instant updates on the status of documents through PEXA's SettleMe app.
Conveyancing online eliminates the hassle of organising face-to-face meetings, which can significantly delay your settlement date. With online document reviews, you'll get faster results.
We utilise online platforms for all steps of the conveyancing process. Documents can be signed, scanned and emailed. Updates on documents and regular correspondence are provided by email or phone calls. We can also provide you access to PEXA's SettleMe app for instant updates on your settlement status.
Our conveyancing service is available to anyone with internet access in Victoria. There's no need for any face-to-face meetings with our clients. So no matter where you live or where you're buying property in Victoria, our services are available to you.
We recommend contacting a conveyancer at the very beginning of your property transaction. Early notice enables us to provide you with expert legal advice from the start and guarantees the conveyancing process runs smoothly.
Whether you are a first-home buyer or large-scale property developer, Conveyancing.com offers cost-effective and carefully-tailored advice. Our team of leading conveyancing experts will provide you with 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 main differences between a solicitor and conveyancer in Victoria are their qualifications and level of training. A solicitor is required to complete a Bachelor of Laws degree followed by a one-year Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.
Conveyancers are only required to complete an advanced diploma of conveyancing and 12 months of work experience. Conveyancers may charge less than lawyers for their services; but they are not qualified to give you legal advice.
Most conveyancing transactions are completed without major hassles, but some do occasionally end up in litigation before court. For instances like this, it is imperative to have a property law expert representing your interests.