The conveyancing lawyers you can count on
Buying or selling a property is a stressful time. We’re here to ease the strain.
We know that the legal side of property transfers can be complex, even for those who have bought or sold a property before. That’s why our property solicitors are dedicated to making the process simple and stress-free. We offer a comprehensive range of conveyancing services in Bundoora and ensure you get the best experience and price.
If you’re looking for some of the best conveyancing Bundoora has to offer, you won’t be disappointed by our team. We can assist with all kinds of properties, including:
- Vacant land
- Houses and apartments
- New house builds
- Industrial properties
Ready to get started with your property transaction? Get in touch with our Bundoora conveyancing team!
Our Bundoora conveyancing services
We can help with every aspect of the buying or selling process, including offering advice to ensure you get the best deal, preparing and reviewing legal documents, negotiations, property checks and more.
Our Bundoora conveyancing services cover everything you require for property transfers:
- Pre-purchase/sale advice
- First Home Owners Grant assistance
- Land sales and purchases
- Residential sales and purchases
- Commercial sales and purchases
- Off-the-plan sales and purchases
- Contracts of sale and Section 32s
- Vendor’s statements
- Contract reviews
- Title changes
- Transfers of ownership between spouses, relatives, and other parties
- Land subdivision and property development
- Property settlement and transfers due to relationship dissolution or deceased estates
- Stamp duty refunds and other grants (if applicable)
We’re proud to deliver a professional service that puts our clients first and makes buying, selling or transferring property as easy as possible.
Want to find out more about our Bundoora conveyancing services? Contact our office now and we’ll be happy to discuss your
Buying your first home? Get an experienced conveyancer!
As a first home buyer, the process can be daunting. There’s a lot of paperwork, legal jargon and big consequences if you get things wrong. So why try to go in alone when you could consult with an expert?
Our conveyancing team specialises in first home purchases. We can guide you through the process of buying your home, help you find grants and ensure you avoid any of the pitfalls and hidden costs commonly experienced by first home buyers in Bundoora.
Commercial conveyancing Bundoora
While residential conveyancing is fairly straightforward, things can get more complicated when you buy, sell or lease commercial properties. We help clients across Bundoora and Melbourne with a range of property transfers, including:
- Industrial property
- Investment property
- And more
Our professional team of solicitors have years of experience facilitating commercial property transfers and can take on any job, no matter how big.
Frequently asked questions
Below are some of the most common questions we get from our clients in Bundoora. If you have another question that is not answered here, feel free to reach out to our team and we will be happy to assist.
What is conveyancing?
Conveyancing refers to transferring ownership of property between parties. This can be done by a licensed conveyancer or a property lawyer in Bundoora.
Should I hire a conveyancer or a solicitor?
Both will be able to oversee the conveyancing process. However, a property solicitor will be able to advise on a wider range of complex property transactions and aspects of your transfer that intersect with other areas of the law. For a more complicated conveyancing job, it is best to go with a solicitor.
How much is a conveyancer fee?
In Victoria, you can expect to pay anywhere between $800 to $2,200. The fee will depend on the conveyancer you choose, the value of the property and the type of property. For example, when buying a house, you will likely pay less.
Our rates start at $880, including GST. To get a free quote for your conveyancing services, contact our team
How quickly can house conveyancing be done?
This will depend on the specifics of the contract, property and the transaction itself. In general, the conveyancing process will take 8-12 weeks.
What is a Vendor’s Statement?
In Victoria, sellers are required to give buyers a Vendor’s Statement (also known as a Section 32). This includes information like any mortgages, covenants, easements, outgoings and whether the area is bushfire prone.
Do I really need a conveyancer?
While it is not mandatory, a conveyancer makes transferring property far simpler than if you were to do it on your own. By going with a professional service like Haitch Convey, you can be sure that the whole process will be overseen by someone who is familiar with property laws, the legal requirements of buyers and sellers, and who has experience dealing with countless transfers.
Contact our Bundoora conveyancing team now
Any property transactions should be overseen by a licensed conveyancer. To ensure that yours is smooth and stress-free, you need the best conveyancers in Bundoora.
We help with the purchase, sale and transfer of property across Melbourne and its suburbs. Get in touch today by calling 03 8590 8370 or using our online contact form.