MAP Lawyers Gladstone Conveyancer
Buying or selling?
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How can we help you?
Are You Buying?
Professional fees from $995
Buying a new home can be both an exciting and daunting experience and our team of Gladstone conveyancing lawyers can assist in making this process as smooth as possible. While ‘do it yourself’ kits can help save money, this can also lead to costly legal mistakes.
At MAP Lawyers, we recommend hiring one of our Gladstone conveyancing solicitors who can act on your behalf and handle any complicated processes so that you can focus on planning for your future home. If this is something you are interested in, submit your details online and a MAP Lawyers property buying solicitor will be in touch.
Are You Selling?
Professional fees from $595
We know that arranging a settlement yourself may seem like a no-hassle, cost-effective option, but going through the process alone can result in a number of unnecessary legal difficulties.
Thanks to their wealth of knowledge regarding the intricacies of the conveyancing process, our Gladstone conveyancing team can make the settlement process as seamless as possible. With a general understanding of the Queensland Real Estate Industry, your Gladstone Conveyancer can discuss the entire settlement process with the Buyer’s representative on your behalf.
If you want to receive a fixed price quote on the property you’re selling, our solicitor for selling a house will be able to assist you.
What We Do
MAP LAWYERS - YOUR GLADSTONE CONVEYANCER
Buying or selling a property can be a very stressful and time-consuming experience. The pressure of dealing with legal jargon, piles of paperwork as well as transferring the title and liaising with third parties doesn’t make it any easier. Relying on MAP Lawyers’ conveyancers makes the process as straightforward and hassle-free as possible.
WHY CHOOSE MAP LAWYERS AS YOUR GLADSTONE PROPERTY CONVEYANCING SPECIALIST?
PEOPLE IN THE KNOW
If any issues emerge, you can rest assured that MAP Lawyers will support you with the appropriate information to help you make the right decision. We are here to ensure you don’t feel confused or unsure throughout the process. All of our matters are handled professionally by qualified Gladstone conveyancing solicitors.
CLIENT CARE (BECAUSE WE DO)
When you call MAP Lawyers, you can feel confident that you will be able to speak to a real person from our office. Our Gladstone conveyancing professionals are welcoming and knowledgeable when offering expert advice. We believe in a high-quality customer service to ensure you don’t feel confused at any point. Still curious? Feel free to check out our Google reviews to see what our clients have to say!
By choosing MAP Lawyers, you are choosing to work with a committed and reliable group of professionals who are happy to assist you with your conveyancing needs.
We offer some of the most high-quality yet inexpensive conveyancing services in Gladstone. If you’re interested in knowing more, check out our online calculator to receive a comprehensive, property-specific quote with no hidden fees.
Gladstone Conveyancing Solicitors FAQ's
FIRB WHAT? WHAT IS FOREIGN INVESTMENT REVIEW BOARD APPROVAL? Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) approval is required where a temporary resident or foreign investor wishes to invest or buy residential land in Australia. Penalties apply for foreign acquirers who fail to comply. Who has to apply? For the purposes of FIRB approval, a Buyer of
NO NEED TO SEND A HOUND TO COLLECT YOUR COMMISSION As most residential real estate agents will be aware, it is preferable for a Buyer to pay a substantial deposit which covers the Agent’s commission and advertising expenses, and leave a buffer for the Seller (keeping in mind that the deposit should not go over
WANT TO ADD YOUR SPOUSE ON TO THE PROPERTY TITLE? We often get asked about what is involved with adding a spouse on to a title. We generally encourage clients to do this when they refinance as consultation with the mortgagee will be required. In short, the process will involve: Discharging a mortgage in one