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As New South Wales’s second-biggest city and growing, Novocastrians (residents of Newcastle) are buying and selling property in the area like never before.

Maybe you are looking to purchase property in the area, or perhaps it’s time for you to move somewhere quieter. Either way, you’ll prosper with the team at Entry Conveyancing Newcastle on your side. Our team makes the process of buying, selling, and transferring property simple.

If you’re looking to buy your first home or the latest in your growing investment portfolio in Newcastle, Entry Conveyancing is your best choice for exceptional conveyancing services. We have the experience, the knowledge, and the qualifications to help you buy, sell and transfer property with ease.

Standard conveyancing fee

$895 Fixed fee
  • Inclusive GST
  • Disbursements, PEXA charges & bank fees not included
  • Includes a free general contract review

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Selling a property in Newcastle

When it comes time to sell your property in Newcastle, ensure you have the right backing with Entry Conveyancing. When selling your property, your conveyancer will ensure all your obligations are fulfilled and guarantee that the sale process is legal. All representation with the buyer will be conducted by the conveyancer, and all negotiations will be handled with our team. Entry Conveyancing selling services will also draw up meticulous drafting contracts that leave you neatly secured in the transaction.

Buying your Newcastle property

With an Entry Conveyancing Newcastle solicitor, you are guaranteed to make a purchase that is free of unnecessary debts or negative interest. All adjustments will be made at settlement to ensure you inherit none of the previous owner’s issues. Your conveyancer will organise all relevant searches of the property you are looking to buy, well beyond the mandatory ones.

From reviewing the Contract of Sale, to the Vendors Statement, to information about any important dates throughout the settlement period, having a conveyancer on side can get ensure you’re one step ahead while purchasing a Newcastle property.

Transferring a property

Transferring real estate or property is a core element of conveyancing. Changing owners from one to another legally is a process that is far easier with a Newcastle conveyancer from Entry Conveyancing. If you need to transfer property between friends, family, or following a death, our team is on hand to ensure all ownership is recorded and handled correctly.

How can we help you?

With just a few simple details, we’ll be able to deliver personalised advice on your Newcastle property.

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Experience and dedication.

Our team of conveyancers have an astute understanding of Victorian property law and the legal processes surrounding the transfer of ownership. Such understanding has been developed over decades, providing a level of skills and knowledge previously unseen in Geelong conveyancing companies. We’ve built a committed and progressive workforce – dedication is a guarantee.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to hire a conveyancer? 

No – you can do your own conveyancing if you so wish; it is not a legal requirement to have a conveyancer. However, conveyancing is an arduous process, and one false move along the way can see you face hefty fines or even lose your deposit on your Newcastle property.

It is always worth paying a solicitor or licensed conveyancer to do the conveyancing on your behalf. The cost you save by doing your own is marginal compared to other fees you have to pay, plus you run the risk of missing vital steps in the process, and you are not insured in case something goes wrong.

When should I engage the services of a conveyancer?

If you’re buying a property in Newcastle, it’s important to discuss your property purchase with a conveyancer as soon as possible – preferably before signing the contract of sale. The next step is to discuss your intention to purchase with your mortgage broker or lender. From there, your conveyancer can negotiate the contract of sale before you sign – if you have already signed, we may be able to negotiate within the cooling-off period.

If you’re selling your Newcastle property, it’s essential to get your contract ready as soon as possible with the help of a conveyancer. As soon as you decide to sell, you should engage the services of Entry Conveyancing Newcastle to prepare your contract and have our team assist your real estate agent in marketing and selling the property. From the moment it goes up for sale to the closing of the deal, we’ll be with you every step of the way.

What does the process look like?

The conveyancing process has just one end goal – transferring legal ownership from seller to buyer. Conveyancing work begins when the contract for sale has been received. In most instances, this is when the seller’s agent has sent a signed copy of the contract to the purchasing party’s conveyancing agent. Once this has been signed by both parties, conveyancing work begins to transfer the ownership of the property to the other party.

The conveyancing process usually involves the following steps:

  1. Prepare, clarify, and lodge relevant legal documents
  2. Research the background of the property and title certificate.
  3. Calculate and inform you of any adjustments arising from rates or taxes.
  4. Ensuring on-time payment of land tax, water consumption charges and other relevant dues.
  5. Settle the property on your behalf
  6. Make sure any agreed-upon conditions within the contract are then satisfied.

What do the Entry Conveyancing fixed fee services include?

Entry Conveyancing’s Newcastle conveyancing services are organised under a fixed-fee basis; this means you won’t be liable for any hidden costs or added fees when choosing us to do your conveyancing. Our team are fully licensed and experienced in the legal aspect of the real estate industry. Our services are flexible – both first time home buyers and investment property owners in Newcastle will benefit from our methods.

How long does conveyancing take?

The Newcastle conveyancing process will be dependent on the parties involved. As a general guide, Entry Conveyancing speculates the standard settlement period lasting anywhere between 4 – 6 weeks following 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.

Can you help me to transfer my property in Newcastle?

Absolutely! Transferring a property is a common service undertaken by Entry Conveyancing. It is a more complex service that many believe, and our process will depend on the type of ownership that is already in place with the property. To transfer your property, our team will take care of all the complicated legal work, and handle appropriate legal documentation and submit it to the relevant bodies on time. We know that conveyancing Newcastle involves more than just buying and selling, and transferring properties between parties is an equally as important issue that demands the utmost diligence.

Are your conveyancers’ solicitors?

Yes – at Entry Conveyancing, we operate with solicitors who specialise in property law and conveyancing. Our lawyers are experienced in dealing with all matters regarding property legalities and can provide expert assistance across all types of properties in Newcastle.