Conveyancing, House Sales & Purchases
Things you should know
- The legislative conveyancing requirements affecting sale and purchase of real estate continually changes. For example recent changes cover matters such as:
- First-home buyers.
- Foreign purchasers and vendors.
- Asbestos insulation.
- Online conveyancing.
- It is important to have appropriate inspections and searches done early – done too late it may be a case of “too bad”.
The Mulally Mylott Difference:
- With offices across New South Wales, we understand how city and rural properties often have different conveyancing consideration.
- We keep up-to-date with the latest changes including electronic conveyancing.
- We take time to listen to your concerns, advise you properly about a complex transaction and protect you from the consequences of an ill-advised or precipitate decision.
Why would you need this service?
Conveyancing is buying or selling of real estate. They are two of the most significant legal transactions a person ever makes.
It is critical that you use an expert advisor(s) to ensure that you do not make the wrong decision and regret the financial devastation for years.
If you’re buying a house and would like the reassurance and security of knowing your contract has been scrutinised by a legal professional; or are selling and want to be confident that your contract is valid, then you should seek the services of a professional conveyancer.