Here at Clarence Valley Legal, our conveyancing team assist clients who are buying and selling property in Grafton and throughout New South Wales. Conveyancing is the area of property law that deals with the transfer of real estate.
Although it may seem straightforward, property law can be quite nuanced and must consider issues such as contract terms and conditions, mortgages, covenants and easements, as well as the property title, local council regulations and zoning. Minimise the chance of a legal headache down the track and simplify the transfer of property with services from our expert conveyancers.
Our friendly team will review your contract, negotiate terms, carry out necessary searches and liaise with banks on your behalf. Whether you’re buying your first home, working on a property investment portfolio, or looking at moving into a retirement village, our professionals are here to help. We simplify the complex process of transferring ownership of property and make sure all the boxes are ticked.
With assistance from professional conveyancers, we’ll make the transfer of property ownership as simple as possible. Our team has worked with all kinds of property titles, including Torrens, old system, qualified and limited, strata, community, crown and leasehold.
Before making the big financial and emotional commitment of buying property, get in touch with Clarence Valley Legal. We can liaise with financial institutions on your behalf to negotiate deposit bonds, loans, mortgages and discharges of mortgages. We’ll make sure all aspects of the contract are fully explained, guiding you to make choices that are in your best interests.
Make sure your transactions run as smoothly as possible by enlisting the help of our legal professionals. There can be serious consequences if a breach of contract occurs, which is why we thoroughly review all contracts, ensuring buyers and sellers understand/meet all their obligations.
If you’re selling in New South Wales, you must provide a contract of sale to your real estate agent before the property is listed. Our knowledgeable legal team prepares clearly structured agreements that minimise risks for our client. The purchaser will then examine/sign this and, after a cooling off period, the property settlement will be completed.
Whether you’re entering the real estate market for the first time or you’re a seasoned investor, our lawyers aim to provide you with the best buying and selling experience. We also offer advice on schemes to help new buyers, such as the First Home Owner Grant.
Our team will keep you informed at every step, explaining things clearly in plain language. With years of knowledge of property transference in Grafton, you can be confident we’ll look after your best interests. We handle all aspects of conveyancing and if a contract breach occurs, our qualified lawyers are also capable of dispute resolution through mediation or civil litigation.