Our conveyancing lawyers are dedicated to simplifying conveyancing for property buyers. Our team of experts provide clear and simple legal advice for every step.
Get instant updates on your settlement with the PEXA SettleMe app. Simple document sharing is enabled with emails and an online platform, giving you easier access to legal advice.
With online interactions, less time is wasted on face-to-face meetings. Documents are shared and reviewed faster with online methods and you get quick responses on document statuses.
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Our conveyancing lawyers have law degrees and specialise in multiple areas including property law.
We can provide you with crucial legal advice every step of the way.
We'll conduct your entire conveyancing service online with tools like the PEXA SettleMe app.
We offer fixed price quotes on all residential services and will advise you if any service could extend beyond the original fixed fee offered.
Some conveyancers may only have a diploma in conveyancing, the minimal requirement for conveyancing.
By law, conveyancers are not permitted to give you legal advice.
May require face-to-face meetings that are more time consuming.
Some conveyancers advertise lower prices but be wary of extra costs such as settlement fees that may only be revealed at a later date.
In addition to the purchase price, buyers are required to cover Transfer of Land Duty (commonly known as Stamp Duty), registration fees to the Registrar of Titles, conveyancing fees, search costs, inspection costs and in the instance where funds are borrowed, bank fees and valuation costs.
It is paramount that the Contract of Sale and Section 32 are reviewed before the purchase of property to ensure there are no prospective legal issues with the purchase.
A Section 32 is a document provided by the vendor. It discloses information about the property required under Section 32 of the Sale of Land Act before the contract of sale is signed. Failure to comply with the requirements of this section can attract significant monetary penalties. The Section 32 can include:
We recommend contacting a conveyancer as soon as you start the conveyancing process. Early contact allows us to provide you with legal guidance from the very beginning. Property is one of the most important purchases of your life and the risks involved can be extremely high when it's not done right.
The legal experts at Conveyancing.com offer efficient, cost-effective and tailored legal advice. We're dedicated to providing you with exceptional legal support and guidance during your property purchase.
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 difference between a lawyer and conveyancer in Victoria is their qualifications and level of training. Lawyers are 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 usually charge less than lawyers for their services. Keep in mind that conveyancers cannot provide you with legal advice. It's just one of the reasons why a conveyancer can't provide you with the same level of service as a conveyancing lawyer.
Conveyancing transactions need an expert. The purhase is a huge investment which requires you to be fully informed of all aspects of the transaction. Unfortunately if your transaction does end up in court litigation, a conveyancer will not be able to assist you any further.