Services Conveyancing Affordable and highly skilled Conveyancers in Adelaide Buying and selling property can be a very stressful time in a person’s life. The process can be complicated, time consuming and sometimes overwhelming. Here at Lindbloms Lawyers we can alleviate the stress and guide you through the process step by step. What is conveyancing? Conveyancing refers to the transfer of legal title of real property from one person or entity to another. This transaction involves many legal and practical considerations that an experienced, qualified conveyancer can take care of for you, including: Drafting and executing contracts for private sales Preparing and executing Form 1 (Vendor Disclosure Statement) and Form 3 (Waiver of Cooling off Rights) documents Reviewing and providing advice on contracts, Form 1 and Form 3 documents prior to signing Liaising with government departments and local rating authorities to ensure compliance and the adjustment of rates and taxes Ensuring that special conditions and other legislative requirements are satisfied Liaising with financial institutions and other third parties to ensure financial and statutory requirements are fulfilled Organising and conducting settlements electronically via PEXA (or by paper if necessary) Finalising your property transaction and advising relevant authorities of the change of ownership Whether you are buying or selling a residential property or a vacant block, transferring property for family law reasons, or for estate planning or deceased estate purposes, our friendly and professional team can assist to ensure you enjoy a smooth property transaction. Get in touch with us today to find out how we can help you. Let's Talk Give us a call or start the conversation with us by entering your details so our team can get in touch with you. Name Email Phone SendProcessing Thank you, your details have been submitted. 08 8357 7611 Do you have questions? Let us answer some FAQ’s See more Meet our Conveyancing team See all Nickie Jones Associate See profile Paige Day Conveyancer See profile Frequently asked Conveyancing questions Further questions? Call us on 08 8357 7611 What is conveyancing? Conveyancing refers to the transfer of legal title of real property from one person or entity to another. Transfers occur for lots of reasons including, but not limited to buying or selling a residential property or a vacant block, transferring property for family law reasons, or for estate planning or deceased estate purposes. What does a conveyancer do? A conveyancer is a qualified professional who provides advice regarding property transactions and who guides their client through the settlement process. This may include: preparing documents meeting legislative and statutory requirements liaising with third parties conducting financial settlement Should I use a lawyer or conveyancer for my property transaction? Anyone who does property conveyancing work in South Australia must be a registered conveyancer, including lawyers who offer conveyancing services. But there are differences between conveyancers and conveyancing lawyers. Conveyancers usually only work in conveyancing. Conveyancing lawyers can offer other legal services in addition to conveyancing. This is important when a real estate transaction is connected with a legal issue. Examples include: A person inheriting a house under a will A divorcing couple dividing their assets, including the family home A company buying commercial real estate A conveyancing lawyer can advise you how these other legal areas impact your real estate transaction. We can also help you if you need legal advice about the impact of Goods and Services Tax (GST), Capital Gains Tax, and other taxes. If any legal issues arise during the conveyancing process, your conveyancing lawyer can help. On the other hand, if legal issues arise and you’re using a conveyancer (who is not a lawyer), you may need to find a lawyer to help you through the process, which may delay settlement and increase costs. Contact us for more information about our conveyancing services. When do I engage a conveyancer? You can engage a conveyancer as soon as you begin contemplating a property transaction. A purchaser can then rely on their conveyancer for information and advice to help them select a property which they will be able to enjoy unencumbered and without unforeseen issues. For vendors, early engagement of your conveyancer ensures you can meet your financial, statutory and legislative requirements as vendor and ensure your sale and settlement are not compromised by unmet obligations. Contact us to make your first free appointment Give us a call or start the conversation with us by entering your details so our team can get in touch with you. 08 8357 7611 First name Last name Email address Contact number How can we help? How should we contact you? Email Phone Send messageProcessing Thank you, your details have been submitted successfully. Take the first step Call us on 08 8357 7611 or email us to book a free consultation.