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If you have entered into a contract to buy a house or a contract to sell a house, then you will need someone to attend to the conveyancing. Our solicitors and conveyancers here in Upper Coomera can help you with all of your conveyancing and property transfer needs.
What is conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the transfer of ownership of property from the seller to the buyer when a house is purchased.
I have signed a contract, do I need a conveyancer?
You are able to complete the conveyancing yourself, but you do this at your own risk. Legislation stipulates that only law practices can provide conveyancing services in Queensland. This is so that you have the full benefit of our mandatory insurance cover and the comfort of knowing that your sale or purchase is being looked after by qualified Solicitors and Conveyancers.
At Jeff Horsey Solicitor, we are able to take care of all your conveyancing needs – whether buying, selling, your first home, investment or commercial property.
What is involved in conveyancing?
There are a lot of things to do to transfer a property.
When buying a house, your conveyancer will:
When selling a house, your conveyancer will:
What is my role in a purchase?
Once you have signed the contract, there are several things you may need to do. While most conveyances are fairly straight forward transactions, strict time limits do apply, particularly in relation to cooling off periods, payment of deposits, building and pest inspections and the passing of risk.
Because these all occur at the front end of the transaction, it is important that you get representation as soon as you sign the contract.
Remember to tell your agent that you want our representation and they will get the contract to us right from the get go, ensuring we can protect your interests the whole way along with our comprehensive, personalised and professional conveyancing services.
I’m about to enter into a lease, what should I do?
If you’re about to sign a lease, send us a copy first and we’ll make sure your occupancy agreements meet your commercial goals and are in the best interests of your business.