Although it may seem that having the same solicitor when buying or selling a property could speed up the conveyancing process, save time and decrease paperwork, this practice can lead to complications.
If you have a contract of sale agreed upon and finance in place, you might be wondering how to prepare for settlement. It’s important to understand the steps involved, so you what you need to do during the settlement period.
A conveyancer is a legal professional licensed specifically to handle the settlement and title transfer process of a property to ensure legal requirements are met.
Are you thinking of buying a property but may not have the cash required for the deposit? Find out how deposit bonds work and how to get one.
The exchange of contracts is a critical step in the process of buying or selling property. Learn more about how they work.
Anyone purchasing residential real estate in NSW must complete a purchaser declaration.
Why is a 10.7 Planning Certificate important, what does it contain and how do I obtain one?
If you are purchasing a house, then a pre-purchase pest and building inspection is essential.
New Pool Regulations for properties for sale are now in place in NSW.
With changes to the Conveyancing (Sale of Land) Regulation 2022, the Law Society of New South Wales has released a 2022 edition of the Contract for Sale and Purchase of Land in New South Wales.