The stress-free conveyancing Cromer deserves
If you are buying, selling or transferring property in Cromer and the Cromer Ranges, you need expert conveyancing services. Our local conveyancing team specialises in both residential and commercial property and makes the whole process easy.
We offer fixed-fee conveyancing in Cromer, ensuring our clients have access to the best quality service at a reasonable price. Whether this is your first property transaction or you’ve been party to many sales and purchases, we can guide you through the process and help you settle sooner.
We can assist with a number of different property types in Cromer and Victoria, including:
- Investment property
- Vacant land
- Houses and apartments
- New house builds
- Commercial buildings
- Industrial properties
Our professional conveyancing experts strive to deliver an excellent job for all our clients and will ensure that you get the great service you deserve.
Why choose our Cromer solicitors?
When it comes to conveyancing, Cromer residents trust Haitch Convey for all their needs. If you choose us to handle your property transaction, you get:
- An experienced team of professional lawyers
- The best customer service
- Affordable prices
- No complex legal jargon
- No extra out-of-pocket costs
We’ve helped countless clients with purchasing or selling their homes, businesses, investment properties, and more. The whole team is dedicated to your satisfaction and will work tirelessly to deliver superior results.
Our conveyancing services
We provide cheap conveyancing across Cromer and the surrounding areas, ensuring that you have the right service for your conveyancing needs. Over the past few years, we have become known for our work ethic and excellent results, building a reputation as a trusted conveyancing service.
Some of our property conveyancing services include:
- Pre-purchase/sale advice
- First Home Owners Grant assistance
- Land sales and purchases
- Residential sales and purchases
- Commercial 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
- Stamp duty refunds and other grants (if applicable)
With extensive experience in conveyancing, we know exactly how to approach any property purchase or sale. We will be with you every step of the way to ensure that the process goes smoothly and that there are no nasty hidden surprises.
Frequently asked questions
How much does a conveyancer cost in Victoria?
In Victoria, much like everywhere else in Australia, you’ll find conveyancers and solicitors charging a wide range of prices. On average, you can expect to pay between $800 to $2,200 as a professional fee. This will depend on the service you choose and the complexity of your transaction (e.g., simply buying or selling property vs. a more complicated property law matter).
Our prices start from $880, including GST. To get a free quote for your conveyancing services, contact our Cromer team today.
What does a conveyancer do?
We take care of all the paperwork, administration and liaise with other parties on your behalf. Essentially, we take care of the legal side of your transaction and ensure that everything goes according to plan. We also attend settlement and take care of all the stuff that needs to be done (final reports, updating the land registry, and everything else) before the new owners of the property can move in.
Can I do my own conveyancing in Victoria?
While you can do your own conveyancing to save a little extra cash, you may be hurting yourself in the long run. By having an expert oversee the buying and selling process, things will progress more smoothly and there is less of a chance of hidden surprises. A conveyancing expert can help create and review contracts, advise you and oversee the settlement process.
This is especially the case if you are a first home buyer, as the home buying process can be quite complex and it is easy to unintentionally make a mistake that can cost you and delay settlement. To ensure that your home purchase does not turn into a nightmare, it is always best to consult with a specialist.
What is the difference between a solicitor and a conveyancer?
A conveyancer can handle simple conveyancing matters – that is, the transfer of property from one party to another. Conveyancing solicitors, on the other hand, are experts in property law and have a broader understanding of the law in general. This means that they will be able to advise you on more complex property transactions and transactions that involve more risk as they can take a holistic view of your matter and advise on issues such as tax.
Contact our Cromer conveyancing lawyers today!
In need of a reliable conveyancing service here in Cromer, VIC? Our professional team is here to help! We make conveyancing easily accessible to our clients and if you require further information, feel free to reach out at any time