Buying? We make it as easy as 1, 2, & 3
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Buying a home in Queensland? We make it as easy as 1, 2, & 3
Looking at buying a home in Brisbane, the Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast? A property buying solicitor can offer a stress-free conveyancing experience to streamline the buying process. When you choose MAP Lawyers, you’re guaranteed high quality services at a low cost to ensure you don’t fall into any of the common house buying legal traps. For a smooth settlement, contact MAP Lawyers today on 1300 680 584 or by filling out our online form.
Do I need a conveyancing lawyer to buy a house?
Though it might not be the first thing that comes to mind, it’s very beneficial to have a lawyer’s help when buying a house to reduce any chance of legal problems occurring.
Why you should use a lawyer when buying a house
When you purchase a home, you’re entering a formal contract with another party. Though the process of buying a new home seems easy enough, it’s not just a simple matter of transferring money and signing a contract – in fact, your contract could be filled with a lot of legal nasties you might not be aware of.
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NEGOTIATING IN THE CONDITIONAL PERIOD YOU MAY BE ROLLING THE DICE With the market heating up at the moment, it is timely to remember that if a buyer seeks to amend the contract (eg. seek a price reduction or works to be completed under the building and pest condition, or an extension to the finance
How Does Conveyancing Work? What is a conveyancer and how does conveyancing work? What is conveyancing? Simply put, a conveyancer helps with the process of transferring home title ownership from one person to another. A typical conveyancing transaction consists of the following steps: Pre Contract – Preparing/reviewing contract of sale Due diligence – carrying out
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