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Fixed professional fees & fully detailed costs upfront means that our clients are never surprised.
A licensed Conveyancer handles your matter, assisted by an experienced matter owner to complete your matter timely & safely.
Our processes reduce the need for you to travel to our office usually. Vast majority of our clients never have to visit our office.
Sydney Conveyancing is a well established Conveyancing firm specialised in Conveyancing matters across New South Wales. Our clients & their interests will always remain our priority whether they are first home buyers or experienced investors or investors from overseas or property sellers or property developers. Our clients can count on us to deliver the right services and solutions.
We are a well established Conveyancing with vast experience & expertise that your property Conveyancing matter deserves. We are based in Bella Vista, NSW 2153 but have been covering the Sydney metropolitan area and entire NSW for about 10 years now.
We have developed the Conveyancing process to achieve stress free Conveyancing for you. There is usually no need for you to travel to our office. You can relax while we complete the entire process for you in a cost effective, efficient and legally professional manner.
We cover the entire Sydney Metropolitan area. From Richmond, Penrith to Campbelltown and all the way to Sydney CBD. Because of our well developed Conveyancing processes, the need for you to travel to our office and for us to travel for settlement is usually not there.
We're here for you, every step of the way. Certainly more than just Conveyancing, our service aims to make conveyancing easy for you.
There is no need for Conveyancers to travel for settlements anymore. Settlements are done electronically on PEXA (pexa.com.au) which is an online settlement platform. In fact you can check for yourself on the front page of the Contract of Sale that you have - Electronic Settlement is now a standard option and is ticked in over 95% of cases.
You might wonder how we cover the entire state of New South Wales. But it's not that complex. With our experience & fully developed Conveyancing procedures, the need for you to travel to our office and for us to travel for settlement is usually not there. So your conveyancing matter is stress free and inexpensive.
Your property will always remain our focus. Whether you are buying, selling, transferring, refinancing or leasing your property, our aim is to be there with you every step of the way.
Our fixed professional fee conveyancing service includes
So you understand what you are commiting to & any red flags are raised before you sign the contract. You get an opportunity to raise any concerns and ask questions about the contract & Conveyancing in general. So that the Contract terms & conditions can be negotiated in your favour.
Conveyancing is the process of transfer of the ownership or legal title of a property from the seller to the buyer. A Licensed Conveyancer can assist you with property sale, purchase, transfer & lease of residential and commercial properties.
A Conveyancer is someone who is specifically qualified to work with the transfer of real estate. They give professional legal advice on title transfers and conduct official legal work to ensure the purchase/sale runs smoothly.
A Solicitor is known to be a more general legal practitioner who also have the specialist knowledge required to handle the transfer of property. Conveyancers will have a stronger working knowledge of the rules and regulations in the State it is taking place in when it comes to Conveyancing because this is their specific area of expertise.
Conveyancing is usually completed by a Licensed Conveyancer. A common conveyance usually takes 6 weeks. Conveyancers often offer fixed price conveyancing services which usually includes costs of searches, legal advice and other expenditure. In NSW a typical conveyancing process for buying a property includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Due to the three level system of government in Australia (federal, state and local), it must be made sure that all rights and title are properly awarded to the seller. Most information is retrieved from state or local (council) authorities. A standard search package could include:
It's your decision, however we thoroughly believe that you should let a professional Licensed Conveyancing firm assist you. While the process is 'do-able', it is complex enough to challenge an average person and time consuming.
The cost of hiring is affordable, much more competitive as compared to a Solicitor and especially keeping the cost of property in mind.
We suggest that you GET A FIXED FEE CONVEYANCING QUOTE and then make a good informed decision.
Conveyancers are usually more price effective Solicitors. This is because Conveyancers are focused on Conveyancing only where as Solicitors are used to charging more.
Yes. You cannot list or advertise your property for sale in any way whatsoever until you have the contract for sale. Anyone who makes an inquiry or an offer on your property is entitled to ask for a copy of the proposed contract for sale, there are fines payable if a copy is not available on request. Sydney Conveyancing can help you with preparation of the contract for sale. It is important that if you are going to sell without an agent then you consult Sydney Conveyancing before you do anything further.
Transfer Duty is a form of Indirect tax levied on the transfer of, or other dealings in dutiable property. Dutiable property can be classified as land, a chattel, or a business asset. Certain dutiable transactions include:
Business Transfer Duty is levied on the transfer of business assets in New South Wales.
A Conveyancer is professional who specialises in the legal and administrative side of sale, purchase, transfer and leasing of property. It is best to engage a Conveyancing firm who are well experienced, licensed and insured professionals.
A licenses Conveyancer should be able to assist you with the entire process of sale, purchase, transfer and leasing of property and a Conveyancer is a professional who specialises in these areas of law.
You can do your Conveyancing however given that it is a complex process we suggest that you a licensed, professional and duly experienced Conveyancing firm such as Sydney Conveyancing. Call 02 6989 4656.
You should certainly use a Licensed Conveyaner who is insured and well experienced in property transactions such as sale, purchase, transfer and leasing of commercial and residential real estate.
Real estate agents work with most Conveyancers in their local area and know which Conveyancer are best placed complete the transaction well. So if you're selling a proeprty then you could consider the Conveyancer recommended
Both the purchaser and the vendor can use the same Conveyancer but should only be used when both parties are transacting amicably. For example both parties know each other. This can be done provided legal rights
Yes, sale and purchase of your property can occur at the same time. Settlment of both your sale and purchase can occur on the same day at the same time - this scenario is called 'simultaneous settlements'.
As soon as you have found a house, you should contact your Conveyancer for a Pre purchase contract review. It is important that before your sign the contract, the contract has been reviewed and negotiated when there is no cooling off period such as at auctions.
Tips to speed up the conveyancing process:
In New South Wales the conveyancing process usualy takes 6 weeks or 42 days to complete but can be completed in as little as 4 weeks. Even lesser time in some instances but 4 weeks is probably required if a mortgage is involved in the process. While the 6 weeks or 42 days is the usual or standard lenght of a contract, it is negotiable. You could conisder settling the proeprty on a give day or date that suits you best and your conveyancer can negotiate this in the early stages of the conveyancing process. Moving settlement date in the later stages is hard and tedious.
Conveyancing usually costs between about $1200 to $3000 in New South Wales. Conveyancing fees includes disbursments, searches, professional fees and GST.