Guiding clients through buying or selling residential property.
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Are You Buying
Professional fees from $995
Looking to buy? Buying a property is one of the biggest financial commitments you’ll ever make, so it’s important to choose a conveyancer you can trust to make the process as smooth as possible. Given how complicated the legal process of buying a property can be, property solicitors can help guide you by reviewing the contract of sale and arranging the settlement on your behalf.
If you’d like a free quote, you can submit details on our property buying solicitor online form.
Are You Selling
Professional fees from $595
To help ensure everything is legal and above board, it’s recommended you enlist the help of a conveyancing lawyer when selling your house. Though doing it yourself may seem like a preferable option given the costs, the complexities of Queensland real estate law can end up costing you more than property solicitors would. Given that there are a lot of documents and back and forth with representatives to consider, a conveyancing lawyer can save you the trouble by handling all communication and legal documents for you.
If you’d like a quote on your property, simply fill out our house sale conveyancing online form.
What We Do
Buying or selling a property can be a stressful time given the amount of legal jargon and tedious paperwork involved in transferring deeds.
Add to that the constant back and forth between third parties and you’ll often find that doing the deed transfer process yourself can end up being a costly and time-consuming process.
Buying off the plan – Don’t go in Blindfolded In Queensland, the majority of residential property is sold via a standard REIQ residential contract which provides for industry accepted terms and conditions which are fair and transparent for both the buyer and the vendor. Where a client is buying a brand-new property and the title
Joint tenants or tenants in common If you have more than two purchasers buying a property, you must decide whether you want to hold the property as ‘Joint Tenants’ or as ‘Tenants in Common’. There are benefits and/or consequences associated with each – below is a summary of the differences: Survivorship Joint Tenants – If you
HomeBuilder Scheme Extended to 31 March 2021 The extended scheme is much the same for Queenslanders – except it has been reduced from $25,000 to $15,000 for contracts signed between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2021. To be eligible for the HomeBuilder Grant, you must: Be an Australian citizen aged 18 years or older