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What is conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the
preparation of documents for the legal process of transferring the title of a
property from one person to another.
Do I need a conveyancer?
Legally, no—but practically,
yes, because buying or selling a property is a significant financial
transaction which has many different legal aspects when transferring ownership.
Making a mistake can end up costing you much money. A licensed conveyancer can
ease the stress of your property transfer by ensuring the process goes
smoothly, and any issues or problems are managed.
What do conveyancers charge?
Conveyancing fees can vary
depending on the work or services you require. It also depends on whether
you're buying or selling a house, an apartment or land. In general, fees can
range from $500 to over $2,000. At North Coast Conveyancing, our prices are
very competitive. We offer a flat fee service with an upfront quote.
What is PEXA?
PEXA stands for
Property Exchange Australia and is a national online electronic system that is
now being used to lodge property documents. PEXA lowers the risk of errors and
means a faster and more convenient conveyancing process and settlement for all