If you're confused by conveyancing terms and the process, our team can assist. Our conveyancing lawyers are dedicated to simplifying the property sales process and we take the time to explain every step of the process.
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Online interactions eliminate the need for time-consuming meetings in person. With online capability, conveyancing documents are shared and reviewed faster.
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Our conveyancing lawyers have a degree in property law with years of experience in legal practice.
We can provide you with crucial legal advice every step of the way and can represent you if legal issues arise.
We use online platforms such as the PEXA SettleMe app to provide updates with no reliance on face-to-face meetings.
We can provide fixed price quotes for all residential services and will advise you if any service extends beyond the original fee quoted.
Some conveyancers may only have a conveyancing certification which only requires a diploma and one year of practical placement.
By law, conveyancers are not permitted to give you legal advice, they cannot legally represent you if something goes wrong.
Some conveyancers may require face-to-face meetings that are more time consuming.
ome conveyancers will advertise a lower price but be wary of hidden costs that may not be revealed until your property has been sold.
The costs of selling a property typically include real estate commission and marketing fees, usually varying from 1 per cent to 3 per cent of the total sale price. Other costs involve fees regarding discharge of mortgage and general conveyancing fees.
Typically, the deposit is 10 per cent of the total sale price though this number can vary.
We recommend contacting a conveyancer as soon as you decide to sell your property. Getting expert legal guidance from the very beginning ensures the whole conveyancing process runs smoothly. Selling property is one of the biggest assets you will transact in a lifetime Getting something wrong during the process can be very costly.
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 differences between a solicitor and conveyancer in Victoria are their qualifications and what they can provide in terms of service.
Solicitors 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 may charge less than lawyers for their services but they are not qualified to give you legal advice for your property transaction.
If your property transaction does end up in litigation before court, a conveyancer will not be able to assist you. A conveyancing lawyer will be able to represent and assist you the whole way, because they have the right qualifications and training.