What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing refers to the process by which property ownership is transferred from one person (the seller) to another (the buyer). It involves all the related legal work that has to be done in order to effect the transfer.
Whether you are buying or selling property, On Call Conveyancing can efficiently manage the process, so that your transaction goes through hassle-free and on time.
Why you need a conveyancer
Are you thinking about purchasing or selling a residential property, commercial property, or farm land? Then you are going to need the services of a conveyancer to handle all the legal work for you.
Engaging a licensed conveyancer to act on your behalf, is the best way to protect your assets during a property transaction. Buying and selling real estate is a complex matter, and there are a lot of legal and statutory aspects involved that require an in-depth knowledge of the laws governing property transactions.
A conveyancer is qualified to handle the full scope of conveyancing work for property transactions. They can provide legal advice on contracts, prepare the requisite legal documents, and oversee the settlement process. Conveyancers in New South Wales are required to be licensed with NSW Fair Trading.
Conveyancers who are members of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (AIC), are required to have indemnity insurance to ensure that clients are protected.
It is always advisable to enlist the services of a conveyancer early in the property transaction process. We oversee a wide range of services including:
- Preparing documents such as the Contract of Sale and Memorandum of Transfer.
- Mortgage Discharges and Refinancing.
- Organising reports and searches.
- Submitting Applications for Stamp Duty, First Home Plus, and First Home Owner’s Grants.
- Sales and purchases at auctions.
- Financial settlement arrangements with all parties and financiers involved in the transaction
In terms of settlement, the standard conveyancing process takes about 6 weeks to complete.
On Call Conveyancing has registered and installed the PEXA Platform Property Exchange Australia (PEXA). PEXA is a property exchange in NSW that facilitates electronic settlements, so that clients can be on title in the shortest possible time.
We have flat fee conveyancing for most cases. However we always discuss pricing with customers, as costs vary depending on the difficulty of the matter, and the cost of the property involved.
If you need clarification on our conveyancing services please give us a call today on 02 9585 9822, or email us at email@example.com.