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Buying or selling a house is a life-changing decision. It is also one of the most financially significant ones you can make.
We help you understand your legal obligations and risks, the pitfalls to avoid and we submit all the required documentation on your behalf.
At Glenferrie Conveyancing you receive:
- meticulous attention to detail from your conveyancer to ensure your interests are protected
- affordable fixed-fee advice so you don’t get a surprise at settlement
- highly responsive and attentive conveyancing service where your questions are answered when you need them to be.
Who Can Benefit from Our Melbourne Conveyancing Services
Our conveyancing services in Melbourne VIC support an extensive range of client needs. Although we are not conveyancing lawyers/conveyancing solicitors, we can assist you in your journey of buying a new home.
Even if you are selling a property, or transferring ownership, we can provide our legal advice.
Buying property is a daunting and stressful procedure especially if you are a first home owner. However, Glenferrie Conveyancing can help home buyers securing their dream home!
Of course, there will be legal documents and legal matters to navigate, not to mention various stages to go through.
Purchasing a townhouse or apartment is even more complicated. But as your best conveyancer in Melbourne, we’ll help you understand everything before you sign anything. Our property conveyancing procedure typically includes:
- review of your Contract of Sale and Section 32 Statement
- evaluation of the property contracts for issues and restrictions
- provision of a comprehensive Letter of Advice
- preparation of the necessary legal documentation including stamp duty assessment
- meeting with relevant parties on your behalf
- finalisation of property transaction and settlement process
Glenferrie Conveyancing also extend our professional service to customers who want to purchase a vacant lot (or sell one). We’ll help you understand all the essential details, including potential GST implications, before proceeding with the property purchase.
The realtors and agents can get your property listed. But our licensed conveyancers will help you with other crucial matters such as:
- preparing the Contract of Sale, Section 32 Statement and Deposit Statement
- helping you avoid errors and dealing with issues
- addressing buyer’s inquiries about the property on your behalf
- liaising with your real estate agent and negotiating with the buyer’s conveyancer
- ensuring that the proceeds are available right after the settlement
Property owners and developers
When the time comes that you need to transfer a residential property or commercial property or even to start a large-scale development, we’ll help make these changes less complicated.
The team at Glenferrie Conveyancing Melbourne will provide our expertise for commercial conveyancing. Although we are not a law firm, we can answer your property law questions and deal with all the paperwork. Specifically, Glenferrie Conveyancing Melbourne are in charge of:
- liaising with relevant parties like your mortgagee and surveyor
- drafting of legal documents like Transfer of Land and Notice of Acquisition
- lodging of documents to councils or authorities like Land Use Victoria
Glenferrie Conveyancing also assists with lost or destroyed paper Certificates of Title.
Our conveyancing services include obtaining an issue search and lodging a new certificate application. For increased security, we can also securely hold electronic Certificates of Title for you.
Why Choose Glenferrie Conveyancing
Several companies are offering similar residential or commercial property conveyancing services in Melbourne. However, at Glenferrie Conveyancing, you’ll receive more than our reliable solutions. You can feel confident that we always deliver our services with high standards.
Glenferrie Conveyancing understands the value of your investment property. And so, we make sure that we assign the best conveyancer that you can trust.
Our legal team of qualified conveyancers boast extensive experience and in-depth knowledge in property law.
These allow us to confidently assist clients who seek our Melbourne conveyancing services and assure smooth-sailing transactions. We ensure that we deliver a one-stop shop conveyancing service and guarantee a stress-free experience.
Moreover, having been able to handle property/real estate issues for several years also empower us to address even the most challenging situations.
We may not be a group of conveyancing lawyers/a law firm, but we treat every property transaction with meticulous attention to detail like how experts should.
Your assigned Melbourne conveyancer will ensure that you don’t overlook anything or go through unfavourable sales terms.
Fixed-price conveyancing fee
Going through the process of buying or selling property is stressful enough. And paying for sudden out-of-pocket fees after the property settlement is the last thing you need.
Because we are not conveyancing lawyers, we only charge you and other clients low and fixed rates for our conveyancing work.
There may be extra charges for other disbursements or additional fees required throughout the conveyancing process. However, we inform clients beforehand to avoid surprises. This way, we give you not only quality conveyancing services at the best rate but also price transparency.
Prompt updates and responses
When you are buying or selling a property, we’ll guide you at every step of the conveyancing process.
We’ll give all the details you need and report progress updates as required.
Glenferrie Conveyancing also understand that property transactions are urgent matters. And so, to help our clients more, we keep our lines open in the evenings and on weekends.
Our conveyancing practice is also open during December and January. Call us, and we’ll respond to you as fast as we can.
Exchange of conveyancing documents traditionally happens in a settlement room. However, in the property industry, electronic process has been mandatory for almost all transfers of land in Victoria since 2018.
With eConveyancing, the process of transferring property remains the same but without the use of physical paper.
Glenferrie Conveyancing is a Melbourne based PEXA member and complies with this online system to serve you better.
For instance, we use electronic verification of all documents to avoid problems at lodgement. Rather than bank cheques, we settle all payments via electronic transfer. This system allows you to save more and access sale proceeds within an hour.
Worry Free Process
If you’ve been looking for a “licensed conveyancer in Melbourne VIC 3000” or “conveyancing in Melbourne” online, your search ends here! You can now set aside your worries and rest easy.
If you have a property to buy, sell, transfer or develop, our conveyancing firm is more than happy to support you with a free quote and property law/legal advice.
You won’t get complex legal jargon explanations from us! You’ll only get the best service!
Get in Touch with Our Conveyancers
Let us know about your property-related concerns, and our dedicated team of experts will help you settle them with our quality services. Call us on (03) 9815 2351 for your enquiries.
We will promptly reply with a Cost Disclosure letter for your approval. Once you’re happy with the quote, we can start working on that dream house or making that sale!
Why choose us?
Read some of the Google reviews from our customers for our Melbourne property conveyancing services
Andrew was fantastic reviewing the contract for the purchase of a property recently. He was... read moreAlice Chien08/10/2019
Highly recommended if you are after a very professional and quick turi around conveyancing service... read moreMaurizio Cotugno16/06/2020
Andrew Rothfield is the John Wick of conveyancers. My wife and I have relied on... read moreEugene Soh19/01/2020
Glenferrie Conveyancing have been brilliant to work with. As a first home buyer... read moreEmmalineau .15/09/2019
Andrew has recently helped us with the sale of one property and the purchase of... read moreRupert Freeman07/12/2019