The ultimate guide to buying a house in NSW

The ultimate guide to buying a house in NSW

If you’re thinking about purchasing a home, this detailed guide is for you. We’ll guide you through each stage of the property buying process in NSW.  This guide is designed for everyone, from first-time buyers to seasoned real estate investors, aiming to equip you with the necessary insights and assurance for a smooth experience in […]

Everything you need to know about buying property at an auction in NSW

Everything you need to know about purchasing property at auction in NSW

Auctions can sometimes seem daunting, but as long as you’re prepared before you bid, there’s no reason an auction needs to be any riskier than buying by private treaty. Buying property at auction is very different to the more traditional method of real estate sales. Although you may still view the property at an open […]

Glossary of conveyancing terms

We help make buying and selling property a little easier. When dealing with contracts you’ll come across numerous legal terms. This handy glossary will ensure you understand the most common ones. A Planning Certificate (often referred to as a 10.7 certificate) A Planning Certificate is a certificate obtained from the local council by us and […]

Everything you need to know about stamp duty in NSW

Everything you need to know about stamp duty in NSW – RM Property & Conveyancing

When you’re preparing finances to buy property, make sure you’ve calculated how much you’ll need to pay in stamp duty and know when it’s payable. Transfer duty or stamp duty as it is more commonly known in NSW, is a tax or duty that must be paid when you acquire a property – even if […]

Smoke alarms: Everything you need to know

Smoke alarms: Everything you need you need to know when buying or selling a property – RM Property & Conveyancing

Smoke alarms are required in owner occupied homes, rental properties or any other residential building. Under Division 7A of Part 9 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000, and smoke alarm legislation NSW, smoke alarms must be installed in all buildings in NSW where people sleep. Smoke alarm legislation NSW stipulates that alarms must […]

Understanding a cooling off period and finance clause

Understanding a cooling off period and finance clause – RM Property & Conveyancing

The cooling off period is your last chance to withdraw from buying a property – so it’s important to know how it works. A cooling off period allows a purchaser to enter a Contract for Sale of Land and secure a property whilst having time to finalise pre-purchase inspections, unconditional finance approval and ensure they […]

Everything you need to know about title protection

Everything you need to know about title protection and why you need it – RM Property & Conveyancing

When buying a property there are many inherent risks that may cause you loss or affect your ownership. Title protection provides comprehensive cover against these risks, once settlement has taken place. It can also provide compensation for loss in value or reimbursement of expenses following a successful claim under the policy. You can arrange title […]


Online conveyancing help There’s lots to consider when it comes to buying or selling property. Our online conveyancing help will assist you to learn about the conveyancing process. We explain the stages of conveyancing and more. Got Questions? Contact Us Have a question? We can help. Is a solicitor or conveyancer cheaper? The cost of […]

How to prepare for settlement day

Couple buying a home – RM Property Conveyancing

Buyers know how many weekends can be spent looking for the perfect property, and the relief that comes when finally, a purchase is made. Between putting up your hand and opening the front door with your new keys in your new home, there’s one last step: settlement. Start getting things underway early Whether that’s […]

Verification of identity (VOI) in 3 easy steps

Verification of identity (VOI) – RM Property & Conveyancing

What is verification of identity (VOI)? Starting July 1, 2016, the NSW Government introduced new verification requirements for all buyers and sellers of property in NSW. It’s known as Verification of Identity or VOI for short. How can I get verified? There are three options available to you to be verified:  Online verification  Face to […]