LOW COST CONVEYANCING SOLICITORS
Trusted industry professionals for over 20 years Horrocks Solicitors provide legal expertise with minimal stress, lowest cost and fuss free advice. Specialised in property conveyancing they can help you step-by-step for your residential and commercial conveyances.
EASY CONVEYANCING STEPS DONE FOR YOU
Your appointed Conveyancing Paralegal will guide you through the conveyancing process and your conveyance will be overseen by Queensland’s most experienced Conveyancing Solicitor John Horrocks:
preparing and completing all your necessary paperwork and forms
carrying out property searches and inspections and calculating your settlement adjustments
thoroughly explaining and protecting your rights and obligations
liaising with financiers and other third parties to ensure your conveyancing settlement is stressfree
WHAT IS CONVEYANCING? FAQ GUIDE
WHAT ARE CONVEYANCING DISBURSEMENTS?
Conveyancing disbursements are property search costs and Government charges which includes Stamp or Transfer Duty and Titles Office registration fees.
HOW LONG DOES A CONVEYANCE TAKE?
The time that it takes to do conveyancing is dictated by the date for settlement of the contract for the buying and selling of a property. On average most contracts are 30 days.
The time taken to do conveyancing is also dependent upon any bank that is financing the purchase of property or releasing a mortgage over the sale of property.
What is the difference between a solICITOR and conveyancer?
There is no difference in Queensland because only Solicitors are allowed to do conveyancing by law. The reason for this is that Solicitors are a regulated body subject to law and have Statutory Insurance cover to protect the Consumer. In other states Conveyancers are different from Solicitors as it is not lawfully required that a Conveyancer be a Solicitor. Therefore a non solicitor can do Conveyancing in other states of Australia but not in Queensland.
What does a conveyancing solicitor do?
A Conveyancing Solicitor is responsible for transferring the title of property from the Seller to the Buyer and calculating the settlement adjustments for council rates, land tax and water usage including searching the title and conducting searches on the property as required by the Buyer.
HOW MUCH ARE FEES WHEN BUYING OR SELLING A PROPERTY?
The conveyancing fixed fees for buying a property are $950 which is inclusive of GST. There will also be additional costs for searches and government charges namely any stamp duty if applicable and titles office registration fees.
Our conveyancing fixed price fees for selling a property are $490 including GST.
For all your questions on how conveyancing works and a free quote get in touch via our contact form here.