What does a Conveyancer do?
A conveyancer is a registered professional who prepares the legal documentation required in real estate transactions to change the ownership from the current owner to the new owner. They also check the government searches for any issues that affect the Title and ensure it is clear from all debts when transferred at settlement. On top of ensuring that all the necessary documentation is prepared and executed, a conveyancer also liaises with your bank and mortgage broker to ensure settlement takes place on time.
How much is stamp duty on a property purchase?
How much are the conveyancing costs?
Depending on if you are buying or selling, please call or email and you will be given a no obligation free quote, with all costs explained.
What is Title Insurance?
Title insurance protects your legal ownership of a property against losses incurred as a result of issues that existed and were not known to you at the time of your purchase.
Is Your Choice Conveyancing a member of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers?
Yes, Your Choice Conveyancing is a member of the South Australian division of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers and regularly keeps up to date with the changing legislation.
Does Your Choice Conveyancing have Professional Indemnity Insurance?
Yes, Your Choice Conveyancing holds current Professional Indemnity Insurance so you can rest assured that your interests are protected.
Is Your Choice Conveyancing able to complete my settlement electronically?
YES! Your Choice Conveyancing is happy to confirm that we are registered with ‘Property Exchange Australia (PEXA)’ and have already started transacting settlements online.
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