Conveyancing is the term used by most people to describe their dealings with their properties.
It is, on the surface, a simple process. Offers, contracts, special conditions, rights of termination, insurance, finance, government requirements.
The reality is, it is a legal minefield and a mistake may put at risk everything you own.
Buying a home …will be one of the single largest financial decisions you will ever make. It’s vital that you are clear from the start about what you need to negotiate and what you are prepared to accept.
The Real Estate Lawyer will give you clear and concise advice. Before making an offer,
Contact us to discuss the specific property you are considering buying. There may be several things that can be negotiated in your favour, and you need to be absolutely clear on your rights and responsibilities before signing.
Once you’ve made the decision to sell your property, one of the first tasks is to have the Contract for Sale of Land drawn up.
The contract will include not only the legal terms and conditions of sale, but will also specify what items are included or excluded from the sale, and any other special requirements you might have like a longer or shorter settlement than usual, or perhaps that the contract be conditional upon another contract for you to buy your next property. There are a lot of ways that a contract can be varied, so it’s important to discuss your situation in detail with The Real Estate Lawyer.