What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one party to another. In New South Wales, conveyancers must be legally qualified, licensed, have a minimum of two years experience in a legal practice and hold professional indemnity insurance. Converyancers are also required to undertake professional education courses each year to keep their qualifications updated and ensure that they are familiar with the changes in legislation.
Unlike solicitors, licensed conveyancers specialise in conveyancing only. We are experienced in handling any issues which arise during the conveyancing process because we only do conveyancing.
Affordable Conveyancing Solutions have experienced licensed conveyancers to help with all stages of NSW property transactions whether you are buying or selling a home, unit, vacant block, strata title or rural property, and including:-
- Legal advice in regard to real estate contract law
- Drafting and reviewing Contracts for Sale
- Auction Contracts and purchases off-the-plan
- Cost appraisal including stamp duty, GST and disbursements such as search and registration fees
- Property Title including Torrens, old system, qualified and limited, strata, community, crown or leasehold
- Property tenancy including joint tenants and tenants in common
- Statutory warranties, contract conditions and special conditions
- Section 66W Certificates, the cooling off period and deposits
- Liaison with financial institutions in regard to deposit bonds, loans, mortgages and discharges of mortgages
- Execution of contracts, exchange and settlement
- Adjustments to the purchase price in regard to rates and allowances
- Advice for first home buyers including the First Home Owner Grant
- Preparing Powers of Attorney and registering with the Land Titles Office
- Advice in regard to easements and covenants on title searches