Frequently Asked Questions
How long does conveyancing take?
That depends on whether you’re buying, selling, or transferring property, and the parties involved.
Typically, the standard settlement period lasts anywhere between 4 – 6 weeks after the exchange of contracts. However, alternative settlement terms can be negotiated between the buyer and the seller prior to confirming the contract. If both parties are willing to settle over a shorter period, then Entry Conveyancing will ensure everything is ready to make this happen.
Are your conveyancers qualified solicitors?
Yes – at Entry Conveyancing Brunswick, we operate with experienced solicitors who specialise in property law and conveyancing. Our lawyers have years of dealing with all matters regarding property legalities under their belt and can provide expert assistance across all types of properties in Brunswick.
Why should I choose Entry Conveyancing?
Here are some of the main reasons that we’re the number one conveyancer Brunswick team:
Unmatched experience and dedication
Our team of conveyancing lawyers have years of experience in property transactions in Brunswick and have developed an extensive range of skills that consistently deliver solutions for our Melbourne clients. When it comes to conveyancing in Brunswick, there’s nothing our team hasn’t seen before.
Transparency and integrity
We’re here to guide you throughout the process with ease, and we’ll be honest with you every step of the way. We take the guesswork out of conveyancing so that you can make informed decisions without the influence of any unwanted surprises. You’ll be notified of any and all developments along the way, ensuring that you’re across every decision and action.
Fixed-fee price structure
Our conveyancing Brunswick services are structured on a fixed-fee basis, so there’s no hidden costs or hidden fees. What you see is what you get; you’ll be able to budget with more confidence. We get things done without fuss or fluff – get started straight away with no commitments and a free quote!
How does conveyancing work?
The conveyancing process generally consists of three stages:
From our end, the process involves:
- Researching property background and title certificate
- Preparing, clarifying, and lodging legal documents
- Making sure any agreed-upon conditions within the contract are satisfied
- Calculating any adjustments arising from rates or taxes
- Ensuring payment of land tax, water consumption charges etc.
- Managing settlement of the property on your behalf
Understanding the complicated legal jargon of property transactions can be challenging without the necessary skillset and knowledge. Of course, you could fill out the forms yourself if you wanted to; however, if there are any errors, you run the risk of losing your property, as well as your deposit.
Conveyancers take the guesswork out of buying, selling, and transferring property and are skilled across all aspects of the process.
If I sell my house without a real estate agent, do I still need a conveyancer?
In short, yes. You are unable to list or advertise your Brunswick property for sale without an official, written contract for sale. This is because anyone who makes an inquiry or an offer on your property is entitled to ask for a proposed contract for sale. If you fail to do this, there are fines as repercussions.
Entry Conveyancing are able to help you prepare a contract for sale. We can also provide advice as to any other pre-contract, pre-completion of post-completion measures. Call us today on 1800 518 187 to get started with a free consult and quote!