Property Buyers

Why do you need a conveyancer?

  • Discuss your requirements and advise on insurance
  • Construct letters of engagement and organise signatures
  • Obtain certificate of title & relevant documentation relating to the title
  • Study contracts & raise awareness of any points of interest affecting settlement
  • Search ACN & company searches for business
  • Organise copies of encumbrance/covenants for buyers
  • Double check all details eg; ensure buyer is purchasing the correct property
  • Recommend professionals for tax or legal advice if required
  • Ensure all documentation is correct
  • Organise exchange of contracts, settlement date, deposits & stamp duty paid on time
  • Order property reports, highlight any points of concern
  • Advise buyer on the utilities required to be organised prior to possession (Eg; electricity, internet, phone)
  • Organise funds for settlement & reconcile trust accounts
  • Attend settlement on behalf of the buyer & confirm when
  • Organise change of property ownership to strata management & necessary authorities
  • Ensure outstanding rates & taxes have been settled
Grant word in keyboard — Conveyancing in Northern Territory, NT

Residential Properties

First Home Owner's Grant

Senior, Pensioner and Carer Concession

Foreign Investors

Unit Developments & Subdivisions

Private Sales & Auction Contracts

Family Transfers