Conveyancers Bendigo and Swan Hill
Why Choose Us?
Modern conveyancing is all about being proactive and innovative. From the start of the conveyancing process to its conclusion, our experienced team are committed to delivering outcomes that meet and exceed your expectations.
We understand that conveyancing is a concept that can appear tricky to navigate. However, by consulting with our conveyancing team, we can make buying and selling property easy for you and your family. We’re backed by industry-leading technology, a fresh angle on conveyancing and an experienced team to make the process as stress-free and efficient as possible.
We cater to your requirements, regardless of whether you’re an experienced investor or a first-time buyer. We offer superb customer experience while working to make the conveyancing process simple.
Our team of experienced conveyancing solicitors are on hand at all times. We’ll answer any questions you may have throughout the duration of your transaction.
We have a great range of downloadable guides further down this page. Our guides cover a checklist before purchasing a property, what’s involved for property sellers and buyers.
We promise high-quality service with customer satisfaction at its heart. If you are looking for a reliable and efficient conveyancing team then get in touch today.
What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property from one party to another. We work with either the seller or the buyer.
- Obtaining all necessary paperwork.
- Preparing contracts and other documents for transfer.
- Registering the change in title at the appropriate organisations.
We have an experienced team that understand how complex this process can be. We’re here to make it as smooth and hassle-free as possible.
If you need conveyancing services, call now.
Our Conveyancing Services
If you’re buying or selling property, our team of conveyancers Bendigo will give you personalised advice that makes navigating the conveyancing maze way easier.
Our services include:
- Preparing contracts of sale and section 32 vendor statements
- Advising you on the laws which affect your property including local planning restrictions, owners corporation issues, building regulations and restrictive covenants.
- Ensuring you receive the maximum available concessions or exemptions for stamp duty when purchasing a property.
- Lodging various legal documents with the Titles Office, State Revenue Office and local Council on your behalf.
- Liaising with your lenders and mortgage brokers regarding your finance.
- Calculating tax and rates adjustments at settlement.
Technology has changed the way we do conveyancing. It used to be a lot of paperwork, but now it’s mostly electronic.
This is more secure and efficient, and it lets us work more closely with our clients and real estate agents.
We’re proud to be innovative in our service delivery. We’ve embraced the changes in property law and e-conveyancing.
We use electronic contracts and the online settlement platform PEXA. This reduces errors and delays, and it lets everyone work together at the same time.
We’re committed to making the sale of your property safe, secure, and efficient.
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Free Conveyancing Resources
This document provides general advice for property purchasers in Australia. It covers topics such as property transactions, documents, finance from a legal perspective, insurance, stamp duty and signing the contract.
This document provides advice for vendors selling a property in Australia. It covers topics such as preparing a Vendors Statement, the contract of sale, deposit, and settlement.
This document outlines the steps involved in selling a property in Australia, from listing your property to settlement. It covers topics such as preparing a Vendor's Statement, liaising with the purchasers conveyancer, ensure special conditions are met, and attending settlement.
Our flow chart outlines the steps involved in buying a property in Australia, what happens after your offer is accepted, purchase contracts to settlement. It covers topics such as, reviewing the contract, review special conditions, prepare forms, order reports and searches, and preparing settlement documents.
This is a guide to limited recourse borrowing, which is an exception to the borrowing restriction for self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs). Our guide outlines the conditions that need to be met in order to comply with the strict requirements under the SIS Act in respect of limited recourse borrowing.
This document is a checklist of items to inspect when buying a property in Australia. It covers topics such as the structure of the building, the electrical and plumbing systems, access restrictions, noise and more. A must when buying a new property.