We’re pleased to announce that Conveyancing.com.au has opened new offices in South Australia. If you’re buying or selling property in SA, the process is now easier than ever.
Australians love property
Every year thousands of Aussies buy and sell real estate, and behind every sale is a story. From the newlyweds to the retirees, the sea-change seekers and expecting families. It’s our passion to guide every one of them through their property journey. Conveyancing.com.au can help make sure the sale goes to plan and is as smooth as possible.
How can we help?
When buying and selling property a lot of things need to be checked, signed and certified and that’s where a conveyancer comes in. Conveyancing is the legal work needed to make someone the new owner of a property.
With years of experience, Conveyancing.com.au has all the knowledge so you can have the confidence needed when going through the conveyancing process.
Digital with a human touch means Conveyancing.com.au can provide a convenient service but with the help of a real person.
Conveyancers, powered by lawyers. If things don’t go to plan, which happens more often than people think, you’re covered.
In the last financial year, Conveyancing.com.au completed $5.5 billion dollars’ worth of property transactions*. For nearly a decade and across 5 states, they’ve helped thousands of people and are now able to help buyers and sellers in South Australia too.
Conveyancing.com.au can help with the following and much more:
- Contract reviews
- Contract drafting
- Settlement representation
- Buyer’s conveyancing
- Seller’s conveyancing
- Legal paperwork
We look forward to partnering with the great people of South Australia and to help enable moves of every kind.
Want a free quote? No problem. Click the button to get a quick and easy estimate of your conveyancing costs.
Have some more questions and want to speak to someone? The Conveyancing.com.au team are contactable 7 days a week. Call 1800 707 933
* Based on the average value of properties settled by Conveyancing.com.au from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.
This article is provided for general information purposes only. Its content is current at the date of publication. It is not legal advice and is not tailored to meet your individual needs. You should obtain specialist advice based on your specific circumstances before taking any action concerning the matters discussed in this article.