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HomeLegal provides a comprehensive residential conveyancing service. Supported by the collective experience and expertise of leading property lawyers Gillespie Young Watson and the HomeLegal team make buying and selling a home easy by taking care of the detail.

Our HomeLegal team of qualified property lawyers take care of the detail for you. They will advise you in respect of all aspects of the transaction. We leave you to get on with the more interesting aspects of the purchase or sale. We take special care of first home buyers as they come in contact with the home buying process for the first time.

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Conveyancing with HomeLegal

What is conveyancing? Conveyancing is the legal process of buying selling and refinancing residential property.

Property law can be quite complex. All sorts of potential issues can arise when you buy or sell a house. You need the support and assistance of an experienced property lawyer to avoid the many potential pitfalls. Our lawyers can assist with advice on finance, insurance, title, easements, building issues, boundaries and chattels.

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If you are a first home buyer looking to buy your first home or if you are looking at selling your home it can be tricky.   At every stage of the process considerable skill and experience is required if potentially serious problems are to be avoided. You need to have confidence that you are being well represented.  The correct advice at the right time will ensure you are well protected. We handle all aspects of buying and selling homes, sections, apartments, town houses and retirement village units. If you can live in it, we can handle the legal side of transferring the ownership.

Each type of property has its own unique features. For example most apartments are on unit titles. Tucked away in the unit title structure are sets of body corporate rules which can limit the way you use your unit. You may not be able to have a dog or curtains of a colour that you want. If you are buying a cross-lease property you may have shared rights and obligations for driveways and restrictions on alterations you can make to the property. If you are buying or subdividing a section there will be Council planning matters you will need to be aware of.  What may appear to be a major problem to you will be something we are used to dealing with on a day to day to day basis. Leave the technical stuff to us. We will make it a trouble free experience.  As our tag line says we take care of the detail.

Contact the HomeLegal team for all your property conveyancing needs today