Conveyancing refers to the legal transfer of property from one individual to another, typically between a buyer and a seller. A person looking to buy or sell property must follow a process to make sure that the transfer of ownership is valid and adheres to legal obligations.
This process is both complex and confusing, especially for first-timers. It may involve factors that require careful consideration, such as the price and the parties involved in a transaction. If you’re going through this process for the first time, you’ll need a property settlement lawyer who looks after your best interests and acts on your behalf.
Hoe Lawyers assists with conveyancing matters. We help buyers and sellers of all types of properties and businesses to settle their purchases and sales in a smooth hassle-free manner. We ensure that all outgoings are fairly apportioned between both parties, outstanding rates, charges and taxes fully paid, monies held in trust properly disbursed, and titles to the properties and business names of businesses are legally transferred.
Our years of delivering stellar service is a quality that makes us stand out over other property settlement law firms in Perth, Australia. Since 2009, we’ve assisted hundreds of clients in settling the sale or purchase of houses, businesses and investment properties.
Our experienced property settlement lawyers provide hassle-free conveyancing. We understand that the process of buying or selling a property is stressful. Our law firm takes care of the complex procedural and legal work.
We also offer a price-beat guarantee. If you come across a lower conveyancing quote, we’ll do our best to beat that price.
Our property settlement law office provides the following conveyancing services:
We help first-time homebuyers, investment property owners and vacant land owners in the process of buying or selling residential properties. Whether you’re purchasing or selling a lifestyle block, a unit title or an empty home, we’re here to help you with the paperwork and provide much-needed legal advice. Look forward to a hassle-free and successful outcome to your conveyancing transaction with the assistance of our conveyancers.
We help clients buy and sell various commercial properties, including industrial lands, serviced offices, restaurants, lunch bars and cafés. Our property settlement attorneys have experience negotiating agreements and customised leases for retail and commercial premises.
Technically, you can buy or sell a property by yourself. Getting a conveyancing attorney isn’t a legal requirement. Taking a DIY approach to property settlement, however, is difficult—or even dangerous. Conveyancing mistakes, such as overlooking an important detail or skipping an important step in the settlement process, could land you in legal hot water.
Here are a few smart reasons to work with a lawyer instead of getting everything done on your own:
Saves You Money Down the Road – When you’re buying and selling a property, expect to read and sign legally binding contracts. If there’s a legal term or clause you don’t quite understand, you should consult a lawyer for guidance. Although hiring a lawyer costs money, this is far better than signing a contract you don’t understand and incurring penalties.
Provides Valuable Insights on a Property – Due diligence is crucial in a conveyancing process. You don’t want unwanted surprises popping up after purchasing a property. Conveyancing lawyers use their knowledge and resources to give you insights about the property you’re going to buy.
Reduces Stress – Purchasing or selling a property involves completing a mountain of paperwork and coordinating with various professionals, such as building inspectors and mortgage brokers. The number of tasks required is both challenging and time-consuming to complete. With a conveyancing lawyer, the buying or selling process is less stressful on your part. Your lawyer will take care of the legal legwork and keep everything in order.
Enjoy a hassle-free property transfer with Hoe Lawyers. Arrange a free, 30-minute initial consultation with us today by calling 08 6244 5234 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.