Buying real estate, especially investment properties, requires a lot of paperwork and a lot of attention to detail. One form signed in the wrong order or not signed at all can expose all parties involved to unacceptable risk. We always recommend hiring a conveyancer to ensure that your Perth property is transferred from seller to buyer and that payment is transferred from lender to seller.
Conveyancing is the process of making sure that the legal title of a property is transferred from one entity or person to another. Usually, it is a three-step process: before contract, before completion and after completion.
What is a Conveyancer?
A conveyancer is a qualified professional who is Free Sale Appraisal, prepare correct documentation and conduct the process of settlement—they may or may not be lawyers.
Situations in which a conveyancer is essential include selling or buying a property, subdividing land, changing, registering or removing an easement and updating a title, such as registering a death.
What Does a Conveyancer Do?
If you are a buyer, the conveyancer will do the following:
If you are a seller, the conveyancer will do the following:
Finding a Conveyancer
We don’t recommend just picking one at random; instead, we recommend doing your due diligence. The first thing to do is ask any family members or friends who bought or sold a home lately if they would recommend their conveyancer.
Then, you need to compile a list of questions and see if you are comfortable with the conveyancer’s answers.
For more information, call 1300 472 427 today.