We are conveyancing our nation’s future.
Conveyancing Properties understands that buying or selling a residential, commercial or industrial property can be a stressful process that needs the dedication of highly professional conveyance that we can offer.
We provide conveyancing services for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra and Gold Coast with a team of registered practicing conveyancers and solicitors with over 25 years of experience.
We cater to all people undertaking property transfers. Our clients include first home buyers, property developers, real estate agents, banks, lenders, borrowers, mortgage brokers and surveyors. Our conveyancing team strives to ensure that your property transfer is smooth, easy, stress-free and cost-effective.
Our Services include:
- Preparation of contracts for sale or purchase of property
- Preparation of contracts for sale of Businesses
- Contract review before a purchase
- Property settlements and negotiations
- Commercial, industrial and retail leases for both lessors and lessees
- Auction enquiries
- Assistance with identifying suitable opportunities for finance
- Assistance for first home buyers and the First Home Owners Grant
- Mortgages, refinancing & property deposit bonds
- Property developments
- Property division
We will prepare your contract and obtain the required certificates and disclosures. We will provide the contract to your real estate agent to allow the sales marketing process to begin.
We will answer any legal queries you may have. Then will negotiate any amendments that you and your solicitors might seek to make to the contract of sale for your property.
Once you agreed on the price, we will advise you of the settlement date. We will then prepare the necessary documents for settlement. And then send the contract signed by you to the other party to be exchanged.
We will liaise with your lender so that their requirements are met for settlements. And will keep you informed about the progress of your conveyance.
We will confirm settlement figures, adjustments of rates and taxes; and advise you on settlement amounts. Arrange settlement with the purchaser and lender and confirm once the settlement has occurred.