General conveyancing deals with the purchase and sale of property. Typically, the conveyancer helps buyers and sellers close real estate deals and ensures that the deal does not expose them to financial and legal liabilities. Below are some of the different aspects of general conveyancing. Property Appraisal Whether you need to buy or sell property, you will need a conveyancer to appraise the property. The primary benefit of an appraisal is it ensures that you buy a reasonably priced house or sell your property above the current market rates.
9 April 2021
As a landlord, it's usually up to you to decide if you need a property management company or need to hire an individual property manager, as these services aren't typically required by law. However, even if it's not legally required, there are times when it's in your best interests to hire such a person or company. Note when this is and why a manager or management company can be the right decision for you.
9 March 2017
Asbestos is a word that homeowners don't like to hear when it comes to their own home, and with good reason; asbestos has been linked to breathing disorders and certain forms of cancer. While it can be very frightening to hear that you may have asbestos on your property, you want to ensure you're getting accurate information about this substance so you know if you should look for it in your home, and know how to manage it safely.
7 March 2017
Selling your property can be just as stressful as buying if you don't prepare well because there are a myriad of factors to consider before setting a selling price and staging your home for inspections. Follow these preparatory actions to make your home worth selling. Study The Property Trends In Your Neighbourhood The current property trends in your neighbourhood will determine the selling price tag you set for your home during the real estate process.
27 February 2017
As part of the Australian government's migration programme, more than 128,000 skilled people moved to Australia in the period 2013 to 2014. More than 47,000 of these people were on employer-sponsored visas, creating a significant opportunity for property developers looking to rent out their homes on corporate contracts. Executive leasing is a lucrative industry in Australia, with many skilled migrants looking for properties to meet their needs while working in the country.
1 December 2014
If you are a prestige buyer looking for a multi-million dollar home, a buyers advocate can be an essential part of that process. As you search for your next dream home, their expertise and knowledge will benefit you in the following ways: 1. Finding Rare Gems In the past, a $1 million home signaled prestige, and even now, it's certainly not like living in a cardboard box, but a $2 million house is a true sign that you can afford luxury.
3 November 2014