What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing simply means changing the name on the Certificate of Title from the seller to the buyer on the purchase of real estate.
The Certificate of Title refers to the land (or ‘air space’ for Strata title), not to buildings or other ‘improvements’.
Before you transfer the Certificate of Title, you need to make sure that you have clear understanding of the state and condition of any buildings.
The conveyancing process includes steps to make sure the transaction is correct for both buyer and seller, and that any outstanding monies, such as rates, taxes and levies, are cleared at settlement.
Why choose a conveyancer or a solicitor?
We know that buying and selling property can be a stressful time for many of our clients.
Talk to our property experts whom do their very best to ensure that you are kept informed every step of the way.
All conveyancers and solicitors that look after BMFS clients are goal orientated to ensure that your particular matter runs as smoothly as possible by providing a professional conveyancing service, while maintaining a friendly and casual approach to this exciting time.
After consultation with BMFS we can help you determine if your matter requires a conveyancer or solicitor as every matter varies, so it is important to match the right legal practicioner with your specific needs
During the initial perusal of the contract for sale in consultation with yourself, our business partner conveyancers or solicitors will discuss your options so that you are fully informed to enable you to make an informed decision on what searches or enquiries you are comfortable with.
We have performed thousands’s of property transactions over the last 14 years and we only work with the best conveyancers and solicitors that all have our cleints interest as the epicentre of their business.
To find out the best conveyancer or solicitor in your area, contact our office on 02 9629 9985