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Today’s question: do you need a conveyancer in Queanbeyan or wherever you are in Australia? 

If you have concerns about buying or selling your property, rest assured you’re not alone. Buying or selling property is a big deal, especially if you’re looking to buy or sell a home for the first time. Managed properly, the process can be an exciting time; managed improperly, it can take a lot of time and cost you more money than you anticipated.

In Australia, legally transferring the ownership of property from one person to another is called conveyancing. While it is possible to DIY the process, there are many benefits to hiring a professional conveyancer for this important transaction. After all, this is so much more than just a simple transfer of ownership; it’s an investment.

Here are three good reasons to work with an experienced conveyancer:

    1. Conveyancers save you time. Buying and selling property doesn’t happen overnight. The process involves dealing with a good number of people, including the property owner or real estate agent, mortgage brokers and bankers, building inspectors, and the government. There’s a lot of legal paperwork to review and file. Think of the time you’ll save by having most of the legal side done by your Queanbeyan conveyancer.
    2. Conveyancers save you money. Many Australians have gotten burned by DIY kits and misinterpretations of the process. It is undeniable that there is a high risk of making mistakes, and they often end up spending so much more than they should have. Conveyancers do more than just your legal legwork; they can spot fine print and alert you to potentially disastrous situations involving your property. Investing in an experienced conveyancer ensures that it’s done right and you don’t waste your money on costly errors.
    3. Conveyancers save you stress. They can identify and help you deal with potential issues. An experienced lawyer with conveyancing experience will be able to identify issues that can affect your property. This helps you avoid prickly situations like:
      • Caveats, which identify the property as an object of interest and affect any transactions involving that property;
      • Covenants, which affects how the property is built or altered, often for the benefit of a separate piece of property nearby; and
      • Easements, which grants others access to parts of the property so they can access or repair their own property.

If you’re looking to buy or sell property in Queanbeyan, consider Bevan & Co. Rachel Bevan has more than 25 years conveyancing experience; she was the first licensed Queanbeyan conveyancer. We have your best interests at heart and will work to get the best result.

Contact our Queanbeyan law office today at 02 6298 1333. Likewise, you can email us at reception@bevanco.com.au for more information.