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When you’re facing the prospect of buying or selling a property and dealing with the legalities involved, you need the services of experienced and professional conveyancing lawyers. Contact us TODAY for a down-to-earth approach to property and conveyancing from qualified legal specialists.
At Thexton Lawyers, you will receive personalised, professional, and expert advice at competitive rates to save you time and money, as well as minimise potential stress. Our property conveyancing specialists are among the best and most affordable you can find.
What is the difference between Conveyancing Lawyer and Conveyancing Agent
Conveyancing is a legal term that refers to the transferring of legal titles in real estate from one individual to another (such as when purchasing or selling property), as well as the process of framing legal documents intended to create, define, transfer, or extinguish rights and adjustments in relation to property transactions, as overseen by conveyancing lawyers.
Property conveyancing includes the investigation of the title to land, and the preparation of agreements, contracts, wills, articles of association, private statues operating as conveyances, and many other instruments in addition to conveyances properly so called.
While Conveyancing Agents and Conveyancing Lawyers can both complete the job required, a Conveyancing Lawyer provide greater security when you need it most – Conveyancing Lawyers are professionally insured, are legal experts and often accredited specialists in this field meaning they have extensive knowledge of current property laws.
Why do I need Conveyancing Lawyers?
There are many things to consider when buying, selling or transferring your home or property. Dealing with contracts and extensive legal paperwork can be a complicated and time-consuming task. It can also be difficult for those who are unfamiliar with legal jargon to make any sense of the process.
It is therefore important to choose the services of licensed and qualified conveyancing lawyers who can comprehend all property agreements and simplify and speed up the entire conveyancing process. Not doing so can cause issues that might result in serious legal disagreements between two or more parties, as well as financial headaches and additional expenses added to the sale or purchase of property.
Buying and Selling Property in Queensland
The Sunshine State is an attractive market for homeowners and investors alike.
At Thexton Lawyers our team of experienced conveyancing and property law specialists offer you superior service without the cost. With over 20 years of experience in conveyancing up our sleeves and a finger on the pulse of the local property market, your Brisbane team have a genuine passion to help you realise your real estate goals!
What do I need to know about buying and selling in Queensland?
Selling or purchasing a property in Queensland is easy – if you have a good agent.
Whether buying or selling, it is important to feel that you are working with a real estate agent that you can trust.
This is because, in Queensland, real estate agents are in charge of the contract. This means that they can, and often will, facilitate the signing of the contract between the parties b efore sending it on to your lawyer.
Here at Thexton Lawyers we are ready, willing, and able to review your contract of sale before you sign at no cost*.
This ensures that you understand the terms and conditions of your sale or purchase and are fully advised on the contract you are entering into.
Once you have all signed on the dotted line, you can leave the rest of the work in our capable hands.
*Free review of contract only applies to clients who engage us to act for them in the conveyance of the property should the transaction proceed.
How much will it cost me?
Although buying and selling property can be a very exciting time, it can also be a very stressful one.
To provide you with some certainty, we offer fixed fees on conveyancing, including costs for searches on your property. These fees are the same regardless of where you are buying or selling throughout the state of Queensland.
We also know that sometimes things don’t go as planned, and your contract doesn’t proceed. Should your sale or purchase fall through, you will only pay the cost of any searches or disbursement fees already incurred.
At Thexton Lawyers we want to be part of your long term property goals, and hope that we can be here to assist you time and time again.