Things like budget, location, local amenities, available grants and type of property all require careful consideration. But one of the most important aspects of buying a property that many first-timers don’t know about is conveyancing — that’s where legal ownership of a property or land is moved from one person to another.
Conveyancing isn’t something most people know how to do (and it can be quite complicated) that’s why you need an expert conveyancer to help.
The best time to engage a conveyancer is once you have decided to buy or sell real estate and definitely BEFORE you sign anything — they will explain everything you need to know.
Don’t worry, the team at Settle East know that everyone’s busy, that’s why they're there to help 24/7.
Everything can be done online, whenever and wherever it suits you.
And they will keep you updated every step of the way, so you’ll know exactly what’s happening throughout the process.
Settle Easy's expert conveyancers can also provide a free contract review before you sign anything to give you peace of mind before you make one of the biggest decisions of your life — it’s really important that you know what you are getting into.
Settle Easy charge a fixed fee of $1,100 which you won’t have to pay until after you settle on the property. There are usually a few other costs or out of pocket expenses which are incurred along the way and usually range between $300–$600. These things might include title searches, meter readings and road authority certificates and often depend on the type of property you are buying.
To find out more about how Australia’s best conveyancers can help you visit www.settleeasy.com.au.