Conveyancing for selling a property.

Conveyancing for selling a property

We understand how hard it can be to sell a property and recognise the intangible value attached to one’s home. When you choose our conveyancing for sellers’ service, you can be confident that you’re receiving considered, genuine, and personalised advice that is backed by research, knowledge, and extensive experience.

We’ll do everything we can to get you the result you’re looking for. When it comes to conveyancing for selling property, there’s no better choice than us. No unexpected costs and no added expenses. Only competitive fixed fees. Experience peace of mind during the sale of your property, thanks to Entry Conveyancing.

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Our professional fees for buying and selling are $995 incl. GST (fixed) + disbursements costs. For transfers is $660 incl. GST + disbursements costs. Get an instant free quote below and find out the disbursements costs. You’ll be surprised by our affordable fees.

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Why should I choose Entry Conveyancing?

Fixed-fee price structure

All of our property sale conveyancing work is structured to a fixed-fee model – you can be confident that there’ll be no hidden costs, extra fees, or unwanted surprises with us. Our system helps you make an informed decision, so what are you waiting for? Get started straight away with no commitments and a free quote!

We guarantee transparency and honesty

We take the guesswork out of conveyancing for sellers, allowing you to make informed decisions without any unexpected turn of events. Our team consists of some of the most experienced, dedicated conveyancing lawyers in Australia. You can be confident that every aspect of the process will be undertaken with complete honesty and transparency—conveyancing, with a personal touch.

Tailored conveyancing services

At Entry Conveyancing, we understand that every situation is different, which is why we tailor our conveyancing services and advice for each person, allowing you to get the most relevant and applicable advice possible. Our legal expertise is supplemented by years of considerable conveyancing experience; when you choose us, you’re choosing the best.

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Conveyancing for selling.

Entry Conveyancing makes the process of selling your home as easy as can be. When you enlist our services, you won’t ever have to think about legal jargon, documentation deadlines or drafting contracts for the sale of your property. We’ll take care of all the hard stuff, allowing you to focus solely on what’s important to you.

We’re passionate about our job

Our team of conveyancing lawyers love what they do and are constantly staying up to date with the latest developments in Australian property. We’re committed to getting things done without fuss or fluff, 100% correct the first time of asking, every time. We deliver efficiency like you’ve never experienced before.

No unwanted surprises

Entry Conveyancing will make sure you don’t get stuck at any stage of the process and will inform you of all your rights, responsibilities, and obligations prior to settlement day. We take the guesswork out of selling property. 

Settle on time

There are so many details and tasks involved in selling a property that it wouldn’t be hard to run out of time. We’ll make sure you’re not waiting weeks for your money to come through or for your settlement to be delayed. We’ll provide the help you need, when you need it. 


Enlisting our conveyancing services only stands to benefit you in the long-run. You’ll save so much time that would otherwise have been spent attempting to navigate complex legal jargon and pages of documentation whilst balancing all the other stresses involved with property sales. We’ll make sure you’re happy with all aspects of the deal before final signature.

Are you a first-time seller?

Maybe you’re an experienced property investor, moving property from your sizeable portfolio. Whatever your situation might be, if you’re looking to sell property in Australia, you’re going to need a trustworthy and efficient conveyancing lawyer. Our experienced team of conveyancers for selling can help with all the legal admin that goes into selling property, including the drafting up of contracts, settlement and more. At Entry Conveyancing, we take the stress out of selling property by ensuring all legal regulations are met and that all relevant documentation is submitted before their respective deadlines.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does conveyancing work?

A common conveyance usually takes about six weeks to complete. A conveyancing transaction consists of three stages: pre-contract, pre-completion, and post-completion.

A typical conveyancing process usually involves the following:

  • Prepare, clarify, and lodge legal documents
  • Research property background and title certificate
  • Calculate any adjustments arising from rates or taxes
  • Ensuring payment of land tax, water consumption charges etc.
  • Settle the property on your behalf
  • Make sure any agreed-upon conditions within the contract are satisfied

Conveyancers will help you understand the complicated legal jargon typical of property transactions and assist you in the decision-making process. Conveyancers take the guesswork out of buying, selling, or transferring property and are well-versed in the procedures and paperwork necessary for completion.

If I sell my house without the intervention of a real estate agent, do I still need a conveyancer?

The short answer is yes. You are unable to list or advertise your 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 are 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 for a free consultation and quote.

What is the difference between conveyancers and lawyers?

People often get confused between lawyers and conveyancers, and it’s not hard to understand why. However, there are differences.

Lawyers are trained to advise clients on their legal rights and obligations, advice that can be applicable to the buying and selling of real estate or the conveyancing process.

In contrast, conveyancers are persons who are licensed to assist buyers and sells of real estate through the conveyancing process. Conveyancers are responsible for making sure you meet every single legal obligation involved in your property transaction. However, conveyancers cannot advise on areas of law that are outside of ‘conveyancing work’. If somebody needs legal advice on areas outside of conveyancing, the conveyancer must refer the client to a qualified lawyer.

Typically, conveyancers have a stronger working knowledge of the rules, regulations, and intricacies of conveyancing in Melbourne, as this would be their specific areas of expertise. On the other hand, lawyers are known to be more of a general practitioner who have knowledge on the area, but not specific expertise.

What happens at settlement?

Settlement refers to the finalisation of the sale or purchase of a property. The buyer, sellers, solicitors, and banks are involved.

On settlement, the purchaser’s bank will exchange cheques as per the instruction of the buyer’s solicitor and, in return, receive the Certificate of Title from the seller’s bank.

When it comes to the settlement date, keys can be handed over to the purchaser, provided all other agreements have been met by their respective dates. The agent will then release the deposit to the seller, whereby the buyer’s bank registers the change of title and mortgage and notifies the relevant authorities (like electricity services) of the change.

What is the section 32 vendor statement?

The section 32 refers to a legal document provided by the seller to an intending purchaser. Essentially, if you’re selling a property, you are required by law to provide important information that may impact of the state of the property, to the seller.

A section 32 vendor statement will include relevant vendor details, title documents, mortgages or other charges on the property, covenants or restrictions on the land, warranty insurance, zoning details and any outstanding debts.

Australian legislation dictates that the seller must bring specific matters to the attention of the buyer, about the property. As a legal document, we at Entry Conveyancing, can assist you, the seller, in ensuring that all relevant information is included in the section 32, and the statements are appropriately provided to the prospective buyer.

What is a cooling off period, and how long is it?

A cooling off period is a period of time following the purchase of a property where all parties involved can cancel the contract and ‘walk away’ from the purchase without incurring a penalty.

For example, the cooling off period in Victoria lasts for 3 days and commences once the buyer signs the contract, even if the seller has not yet signed. Note that other states have different rules with respect to the cooling off period.

In Victoria, if the buyer decides to exit or cancel their contract within the cooling off period, they will have to forfeit either $100 or 0.2% of the purchase price, whichever is higher.

As such, we recommend that a buyer should undergo a detailed check on their contract and make sure they’re happy with the terms before progressing to final agreement, or the cooling off period. Entry Conveyancing will give invaluable insight and advice regarding any property contracts and final sale or purchase.

What is “gazumping”?

Gazumping happens when a vendor does not choose to formalise a written, contracted agreement to sell to the purchaser, and then instead sells to a new vendor at the last minute in order to accept a higher offer.

In Australia, it is assumed that a purchaser understands that a sale has not taken place until the contract has been fully executed by all involved parties, and that a purchaser who claims to have “been gazumped” has merely failed to understand the law.

What is “off-the-plan”?

“Off-the-plan” refers to the purchase or sale of land or a property that doesn’t yet exist physically, and instead is only on an approved or proposed plan.

For example, if you have a large paddock and want to subdivide it into smaller plots, you may sell the divided blocks in theory, and then divide them later once you know that people are interested in purchasing them. This strategy minimises risk for the seller.

In this scenario, it should be noted that a vendor typically has 18 months to 3 years to sub-divide the land. If not, purchasers get their money back.

Purchasers will select the blocks of land they want off the plan. Off the plan purchases are extremely common for apartments, when new skyrise buildings are built.

What is stamp duty and do I need to pay it?

Stamp duty is a tax imposed by your state government upon the purchase of a property. Whilst both parties are liable, the terms of a standard sale contract place liability on the buyer. The amount of stamp duty payable is determined by the purchase price of the property.

Different states in Australia have differing rates of stamp duty. The payment deadline also varies from state to state.