Conveyancing in Queensland
Buying and Selling Property in Queensland
Conveyancing in Brisbane and Queensland involves a number of steps to ensure the legal rights of both the buyer and the seller are protected.
If you are buying property, this involves making an offer and, on the acceptance of that offer, entering into a contract with the seller. You will have a cooling off period of 5 working days, and if you decide to go ahead with the contract, settlement arrangements will be made.
We work with you to ensure you are fully informed and aware of all your legal obligations and any special terms and conditions, as well as provide legal advice throughout the process. We keep you notified of the progress, undertake independent searches of the property, prepare final settlement figures and attend the settlement on your behalf.
If you are selling property, your real estate agent will market your property and present you with offers. If you accept an offer, you will sign the contract and arrangements for the settlement will be made.
Our Gold Coast and Brisbane conveyancing lawyers are important throughout the process to assist you with understanding all the terms and conditions of the contract as well as your legal obligations, and providing all the correct documentation to the buyer. We make all the necessary arrangements for settlement and keep you informed of its progress up until completion.