Selling

Property Conveyancing for Vendors

Streamlining property conveyancing when selling property

At Conveyancing Solutions, we understand that property transactions can place stress and pressure on an already busy lifestyle. It is our aim to make the property conveyancing process as seamless as possible. Our licensed professionals are experts in the entire range of conveyancing services — from the search stage right through to the completion of your transaction.

The selling cycle includes:

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Contracts

What are the conditions

As the vendor of a property, you’ll need to have a contract of sale prepared before you are able to market the property through a real estate agent or by yourself. At Conveyancing Solutions we can prepare contracts of sale within 24 hours of receiving instructions (subject to the availability of the Council 149 zoning Certificate) so that the marketing of the property can commence quickly and effectively.

Contract Exchange

Becoming bound

If your property is being sold by private treaty one of our experts can attend to negotiations with the purchaser’s representative and attend to exchange of contracts on your behalf. Alternatively, your property may either be sold by the agent prior to auction or be sold and exchanged at auction.

Bank Liaison

Proceeding through to the settlement

Once the contracts are exchanged we can liaise with the lending institution in relation to removing the mortgage on the title. We adjust all the rates, taxes and levies where applicable and proceed through to the settlement stage of the transaction. If you need assistance structuring your finances after the transaction, the expert team at Mortgage Options can assist you in refinancing.

Property Completion

Transferring ownership

Property completion usually takes place around 6 weeks after exchanging contracts, however this can vary. One of our expert property conveyancers will attend to the settlement of the property on your behalf. Once settlement is completed ownership of the property is transferred.