What aÂ relief afterÂ allÂ thatÂ timeÂ lookingÂ forÂ thatÂ dreamÂ investmentÂ property,Â youÂ haveÂ madeÂ anÂ offerÂ and itÂ wasÂ accepted.Â Now what? youÂ knowÂ haveÂ to dealÂ withÂ allÂ theÂ legalÂ stuffÂ here you actually deal withÂ theÂ transferÂ ofÂ property.Â WhoÂ canÂ youÂ turnÂ to?Â AÂ propertyÂ conveyancerÂ ofÂ course.
It isÂ recommended that theÂ the buyer and the seller â engage a conveyancer to lead themÂ throughÂ this complicatedÂ andÂ riskyÂ process, as it needs a bit of a legal skills to navigate allÂ the legalÂ jargon. Legally you don'tÂ haveÂ toÂ useÂ a conveyance, but knowing the all theÂ risksÂ andÂ pitfallsÂ of property agreements can be quite hard for aÂ novice.
The buyer and sellerÂ will be asked by the selling real estate agent to provide contact details of your conveyancer to be writtenÂ intoÂ theÂ salesÂ contract, so it is best to do your homework upfront and have one already chosen. ForÂ aÂ comprehensiveÂ listÂ pleaseÂ tryÂ theÂ PropertyÂ ConveyancingÂ Directory.