As experienced property lawyers, we are happy to assist and advise clients who either buy or sell property privately. We assist with negotiations and advise on property finance/bonds, and the best way to structure your property transaction.
Using an Estate Agent
As a firm specialising in property law, we are experienced in checking any offer to purchase that you receive from an estate agent, and will advise on the legalities of the sale agreement.
What Is A Conveyancer?
A Conveyancer is an attorney (who has passed the national conveyancing examination) is the only person (by law) who can register a property transfer.
Conveyancing is the process whereby the legal title of a property is transferred from one party to another. Every time a property is sold – a new deed of transfer must be drawn up and registered.
There are three types of conveyancers involved in the property buy/sell process:
Appointed by the seller, this conveyancer transfers the property from the seller to the purchaser.
Representing the buyer and the bank (granting the loan, this conveyancer is appointed by the bank and register the bond over the property.
Appointed by the bank (cancelling the seller’s bond), this conveyancer cancel the seller’s exsisting home loan