Buying or selling a Property
The process of transferring property is called a conveyance.
Whether you are selling or buying a property it is important to have a suitably qualified person to undertake the transaction for you.
We advise our clients that when the time comes to buy or sell a property, before you see an agent or make an offer on a property it is important you get advice from a lawyer.
Engaging a Lawyer for your conveyancing matter can often mean saving money in the long run, especially if any unforeseen complex legal matter arises during the conduct of your file. A Lawyer can identify these complexities and manage your legal issues as they arise; unlike a conveyancer who cannot provide legal advice and would refer you to a Lawyer. Engaging a law firm to undertake your conveyancing matter means you are receiving experienced advice and will receive real value for money.
We encourage our clients to get advice BEFORE signing a contract. In circumstances where you have engaged us early and need us on the weekend (eg. during an auction) we will provide clients with a contact number, so you can call us to discuss the transaction as required (including after hours or on weekends). We can also review contracts when you need them.