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That depends on your contract. Settlement usually takes place within 60 days of the contract date but this will always depend on the terms and conditions of your contract.

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You can expect to pay the following government fees and charges when buying a property:

  • Search costs
  • Stamp Duty
  • Registration fees (paid to Titles Office for Transfer of Land ownership)
  • Rates, water and any Body Corporate charges which will be apportioned between buyer and seller
  • Conveyancing fee
  • Costs involved for moving.

You may also have other fees and charges payable for obtaining any loan (mortgage).

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We will always contact you by email and telephone where possible. You can also track your progress of your conveyance online and will receive regular updates on progress.

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Sometimes conveyances can become complicated through delays in obtaining finance, arranging settlement with a lender or where unexpected events occur. There may be additional costs involved but we will tell you what those are upfront. Click here to download our current rates.

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Our standard fixed fees are all inclusive and very competitive. Click here to download our current rates or get a quote now.

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Yes. We handle both residential and commercial conveyances in Queensland.

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It is not advisable to act for yourself in a conveyance. Contracts for sale of residential land are subject to time limits and deadlines such as obtaining finance, building and pest inspections and settlement of the conveyance itself. Those time limits are subject to a “time of the essence” clause which means that failure to comply strictly with time limits can result in legal rights being affected resulting in termination of your contract, forfeiture of a deposit or breach. Having a professional to handle your conveyance will give you peace of mind and ensure that your legal rights are protected.

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A Conveyancer is a highly experienced paralegal backed up by an experienced Solicitor. Conveyancers generally handle your conveyance (after the initial review of the contract) from the day you sign the contract through to completion of your settlement. Only Conveyancers are authorised to act for clients under the supervision of a Solicitor in Queensland unlike other States and Territories in Australia.

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