What conveyancing when selling a property?

Selling a property can be a very exciting but stressful time and you might need professional assistance to ensure that your interests are protected. We promise to deliver the most effective approach towards your case and give you the best of your transactions. As advisers, experts with high professional ethics, we accompany by you from the very beginning of the work, updating every single detail of your milestones to make sure of our result. Our work can be named, but not limited to the following bullet points:
  • Contract checking: our experts will review any prospective contracts BEFORE you sign and offering independent advice as to what the special conditions mean to you as the vendor
  • Advisory services: advising of any information that is required on the Form 1
  • Preparing documents: arranging for the fully signed documentation to be sent to us from the Real Estate Agent
  • Follow-up with deadlines: checking that all the special conditions are met by the due date
  • Follow-up with payments: checking that the deposit has been paid by the
  • Follow-up with compliance of special conditions: ensuring that special conditions are complied with by the due date
  • Encumbrance settlements: checking to see if there any issues, obstacles on the property and ensuring that these are dealt with correctly
  • Document reviewing and checking: checking that the legal documentation (Memorandum of Transfer) necessary to transfer the property to the purchaser is correct and then forward to you for signing
  • Updating with outstanding charges: obtaining and examining the title and statutory searches to ensure that there are no outstanding charges on the property
  • Discharge of mortgage: arranging for the discharge of mortgage with your existing financial institution or if there is no mortgage then arranging for you to handover the original Certificate of Title
  • Rates and taxes calculation: calculating all the rates and taxes that are to be adjusted and forwarding an adjustment statement to the Purchaser’s Conveyancer
  • Settlement statement: preparing a settlement statement and forwarding it to you prior to settlement so that you are aware of all the costs and expenses that are payable including the agent fees and commission
  • Confirmation of amounts sent: confirming all amounts to be provided to your outgoing financial institution
  • General timeline checking: liaising with all other parties involved in the transaction regularly so as to ensure time-frames are met
  • Water usage tracking: obtaining a special meter reading for calculation of water use to the date of settlement
  • Bank cheque arrangement: arranging for the bank cheques from the Purchaser’s Conveyancer to be available for settlement
  • Settlement meeting on your behalf: Co-coordinating and attending the settlement at the Lands Titles Office on your behalf which generally occurs between 11.30 to  1pm
  • Telephone advising about the settlement completion: we will inform you by telephone as soon as settlement has been completed and then sending a final confirmation to you by post
  • Sale proceed deposit: Depositing the proceeds of the sale into your nominated account
  • Notifying related parties of the completed settlement: we will inform Real Estate Agent that settlement has been completed; notify Council and Water company of the change of ownership (and Strata Manager if applicable) and pay any outstanding amounts
  • Water usage adjustment calculation: we calculate the water use adjustment and sending the amount payable to Water Companies
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