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Should I use Online Conveyancing?

Online conveyancing works exactly the same as the traditional conveyancing process but is all online. It helps you with the legal aspects and paperwork that comes with buying and selling a house.

The online conveyancing process will take place online as opposed to face to face. While the process may seem impersonal, At E Property Law you will be appointed a solicitor to represent you during the entirety of the matter and they will be your point of contact during your conveyance.

What happens during the conveyance?

The general process for a conveyance is when you transfer a property from one individual to another. It is the responsibility of your solicitor to ensure that the seller has a valid title that can be passed to the purchaser on payment of contract price and manages the process of this transfer. It is vital that this process carried out correctly to ensure that the purchaser is confident of having a right of ownership that cannot be challenged in the future.

Is Online Coneyancing Right for Me?

If you are tech-savy, you may prefer to use a conveyancing solicitor that conducts their business online. By using current technology, you can help to speed the process along. Communication can take place by email and you can track the progress of your transaction online. Online conveyancing services tend to be more responsive to the needs of clients and are available 24 hours a day.

How much does it Cost?

For anyone who is buying or selling a property, there are advantages in keeping the cost of conveyancing as low as possible without compromising the quality of the service they receive.

The cost of the conveyance can vary greatly between firms and some may have hidden fees. At E Property Law we charge a fixed fee of $500 plus GST and outlays for sales and $850 plus GST and outlays for purchase. The outlays are for property searches conducted on the property as part of the conveyancing process. These costs will vary depending on the local council and number of property searches that you would like to conduct. We will provide you with a full list of searches and estimated costs to assist you in deciding which searches are right for you.

When to Choose a Conveyancing Solicitor?

You should appoint a conveyancer as soon as you decide to buy or sell a property. There are a number of formalities that need to be completed early on to protect you. Your solicitor is there to protect you, so the more engagement you have with them, the better your interests are served through the process. Allowing time for all the necessary paperwork to be drawn up in advance can help to avoid last minute problems.

Contact us today and we will be happy to discuss your conveyancing needs.

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