Times have changed! In past decades most people purchased one home in a lifetime and passed this property on to their family at the end of their life. However, the buying and selling of houses, home units and land has become a more frequent event for many of us, intricately tied to family prosperity and market conditions. This transfer of property requires conveyancing.
The conveyancing process can involve a range of issues including:
- professional advice,
- handling of transfer and stamp duties,
- property searches,
- title registration,
- survey plans,
- contract clauses, and
- settlement representation.
Quinn & Scattini offer an efficient and cost-effective conveyancing experience. Our costs are competitive and fixed. We pride ourselves in providing a personal service for our clients, with consultation and representation across a range of conveyancing matters, related to the transfer of houses, home units and land for family or investment purposes.
Professional conveyancing begins with understanding the essential terms and conditions of a contract from the perspective of both buyer and seller, and ensuring that contractual due dates are met. Understanding clauses that might be added to a contract, or adding clauses to ensure that rights are protected, requires an experienced team of Property Lawyers.
Contract details must be understood by all parties and thoroughly checked to avoid penalties and contract termination. Contract clauses can cover an array of issues, such as:
- building reports,
- release of the deposit,
- termination of an existing sale contract,
- simultaneous completion of other contracts by buyers or sellers,
- engineer or pest controller's report,
- seller finance,
- pool fencing,
- building covenants, and
- early possession.
The buying and selling of home units can be prejudiced by such matters as disclosure clauses. Time is vital to both buyer and seller in property sales. It cannot be squandered on matters that are overlooked and need to be redone.
Professional conveyancing ensures that clients comply with the requirements of the Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 2000. Queensland Conveyancing Protocol requires compliance with essential conditions. Breaches to this protocol can have serious consequences, which can be avoided through professional guidance and expert handling. The accurate calculation of settlement figures and adjustments is an essential part of ensuring that the overall process runs smoothly.
Buying and selling a home or making an investment in property is a key event in most people's lives, whether you do it once in a lifetime, or many times. Ensure that your conveyancing process is handled with meticulous care. Contact the Quinn & Scattini Conveyancing Hotline on 1800 652 969 for a quote.
If you would like to find out how Quinn & Scattini can help you, please call us on 1800 999 LAW (1800 999 529) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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