Definition of Conveyancing
According to Wikipedia the definition of conveyancing is;
“In law, conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or a lien.”
As a home owner, vendor or buyer in South Brisbane do you need to have a professional conveyancer or conveyancing firm to manage the transfer of your property? In short, the answer is ‘no’ you don’t, if you feel confident enough to manage legal transfer and settlement of your property.
As a professional conveyancing company servicing South Brisbane with the delivery of cost effective and quality service, we at Spot On Conveyancing recommend that you do not attempt to conduct the minefield that is conveyancing on your own. The inherent problems which can and have arisen from self-attempted conveyancing have led to financial ruin for people or businesses, being forced to follow through on purchases or sales when there have been legal reasons to opt out. Due to their inexperience to adequately interpret and understand the legalities of the conveyancing system these unfortunate individuals did not install the proper conditions into contracts to cover them for contingencies. Don’t make the same mistake!
Conveyancing may sound easy in theory, however its practical application it is not so. As a vendor or purchaser of property in South Brisbane do you really want to risk what can be up to a 1/2 million dollar purchase on a technicality.
To ensure that your purchase or sale proceeds without hiccups or delays it is strongly advised that you secure the services of an experienced conveyancing firm for any property transfers in South Brisbane.
For further information on our fixed priced conveyancing services in South Brisbane