What is conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the process of transferring the legal ownership of land – usually your home, an investment property, or commercial property – from one party to another.

When you sign a contract to purchase or sell a property, you are agreeing to the transaction conditions as defined in the contract and you will need a ‘Conveyancing’ firm to manage the legal and administrative requirements. It is always best to obtain advice before signing the contract.

What is a conveyancer?

Initially, the contract will be ‘conditional’ until a ‘Building & Pest’ and the ‘Finance’ clause has been satisfied. A Building Inspector and your financier will provide to you a written statement on these very important pre-purchase conditions.

In Queensland, only a law practice can manage the conveyancing process for you. SavvyLaw is a ‘Conveyancing Only’ business – yes, it’s all we do!

What does a conveyancer do?

Once you advise your real estate agent to put SavvyLaw Conveyancing on the contract as your legal representative, we will manage the transaction from that point until the moment the matter settles and the property becomes yours.