1. What Is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the process of transferring the legal ownership of real estate from one person to another. While the definition of conveyancing is simple enough, it is a legal procedure that can give rise to a number of complexities and issues that require sound legal advice.
2. Why is there a difference between the conveyancing prices for buyers and sellers?
There are more complex and comprehensive searches performed when you are purchasing a property and your financier requires more from us, hence both the professional fee and search fees are higher.
3. What happens if there is a legal problem with my contract?
Caldwell Conveyancing have experienced solicitors who are able to provide advice and guidance in situations that require a high level of expertise. We have experience in dealing with unusual and difficult situations and when these situations arise, Caldwell Solicitors will be there to guide you.
4. What does “fixed fee” conveyancing mean?
Fixed fee conveyancing means that you are charged a fixed professional fee, together with the cost of searches, settlement and any additional requested services, including GST. The fixed fees quoted on this brochure are valid for all property under one million dollars.
5. Do I need to come into the Caldwell Conveyancing office during this process?
No not all. You are most welcome to come in and see us if you want to, but most conveyances can be completed via phone, fax, email and post . We service all of Queensland.
6. What is transfer duty and do I need to pay it?
Transfer duty (commonly referred to as stamp duty) is a tax imposed by the Queensland Government the purchase of property in Queensland and is payable by the buyer. It is calculated by the purchase price of the property together with any concession you may be entitled to
7. How do I engage Caldwell Conveyancing to do my conveyancing?
Just advise the real estate agent that Caldwell Conveyancing will be acting on your behalf for the sale or purchase of your property and they will complete the details on the contract.
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We are here to help and are more than happy for you to phone us any time to ask a question.
Our office is open from 8.30am - 5pm Monday to Friday.
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