Guiding clients through buying or selling residential property.
Gold Coast conveyancer
Buying or selling?
We make it as easy as 1, 2, 3
How can we help you?
Are You Buying
Professional fees from $995
Are you looking to buy a home in the Gold Coast? We can help streamline the transaction process by preparing and lodging documents and arranging settlements on your behalf. A Gold Coast conveyancing solicitor can also check for any unpaid rates or unresolved disputes on the property and review your contract of sale. Though you can purchase conveyancing kits to do yourself, you run the risk of making a legal slip which could cost you a substantial amount of money and affect the process of buying a home.
It’s worth leaving the settlement arrangement to a professional who can act as an intermediary on your behalf. If you’d like a free quote, you can submit details on our property buying online form.
Are You Selling
Professional fees from $595
Arranging a settlement yourself may seem like a more cost effective option but it can leave you open to a lot of legal troubles.
A Gold Coast conveyancer has an in-depth understanding of Queensland real estate and can act on your behalf to discuss details of the settlement with the buyer’s representative. As there are fewer risks with selling property, the fees involved with hiring a Gold Coast Conveyancer will be cheaper.
If you’d like a fixed price quote for your property, fill out our property selling online form and one of our Gold Coast property lawyers will get in touch shortly.
What We Do
MAP LAWYERS GOLD COAST CONVEYANCER
The process of buying or selling a property is a notoriously stressful time and made all the more difficult with tedious paperwork and legal jargon.
Combine that with the back and forth between third parties, calculating the correct rates and taxes, adhering to strict timelines, and you’ll find the conveyancing process costly and time-consuming.
WHY CHOOSE MAP LAWYERS AS YOUR BRISBANE PROPERTY CONVEYANCING SPECIALIST?
PEOPLE IN THE KNOW
Lets face it, conveyancing is not particularly exciting, until it all goes wrong. You want to make sure you have the right people on the job to ensure a transaction goes through smoothly and when issues do arise, you are supported with the knowledge you need to make decisions. Importantly, all of our matters are handled by qualified solicitors with expertise in conveyancing (no paralegals, administrative assistants of unqualified ‘legal practitioners’ running your files here!).
CLIENT CARE (BECAUSE WE DO)
Gone are the days of sitting in a stuffy law office and having to put up with complicated legal jargon. Equally, we are not so impersonal that you cannot pick up the phone and talk to a real person (and the same person!). We are friendly, knowledgeable and will explain the process and any issues in a user-friendly way. Don’t take our word for it – check out reviews on Google to hear what our clients have to say!
You will not find a more committed and reliable team to assist you with your conveyancing than the team at Map Lawyers – let us prove it to you!
We believe that our fixed fee pricing for conveyancing is one of the cheapest in Brisbane. See our online calculator for a comprehensive, property specific quote (with no hidden extras).
MAP Lawyers Gold Coast Conveyancer FAQs
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