Conveyancing is the term used for the legal work involved in the transfer of property ownership.

We have online access to NSW Government Land Titles records, are an agent for Office of State Revenue and can pay your stamp duty in our office.

It’s important to be aware of fees, disbursements and other costs involved in buying property, some of which are covered below:

The arrangement whereby property is used as a security for a loan.  The owner's Certificate of Title is held by the lender until the mortgage is discharged.

Unconditional finance approval should be in place before exchanging contracts.

A seller is not required to attach a survey report to a contract for the sale of land, but it may quicken the process.  

This protects against loss from defects that already exist in the title.

Your lender will want a copy of a policy before they agree to settle.

The Retirement Villages Act makes provisions about deposits, terminations and more.

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