Southern Illawarra Conveyancing
Po Box 205, Warilla NSW 2528
Also Services: Wollongong & Illawarra
Specialising in one aspect of Law – Property Transactions.
We can assist you when you are:
- Purchasing a house or strata property
- Selling property
- Changing your name on title
- Transferring ownership because of separation or other reasons
- Signing your loan and mortgage documents
- Completing stamp duty requirements
At Southern Illawarra Conveyancing you will receive :
A Personal Professional Service
From initial contact you will deal with a Certified Practicing Conveyancer who will continue to see your transaction through to completion. There is no need to employ a Solicitor, we are qualified to complete the legal work for you at a far more competitive price.
You will only deal with a qualified conveyancer, no secretaries or administration clerks...a Certified Practicing Conveyacner who is specialised in the legality of property transactions in NSW.
First Home Buyers
We understand that most First Home Buyers do not know what is entailed in a purchase of residential property, we have prepared a document which simplies the steps in a conveyancing transaction specifically for you.
You can ask as many questions and make as many phone calls to us as you like at no additional cost. We want you to feel at ease with your property transaction and on completion feel satisfied with our service.
A professional driven by providing the highest level of service to the satisfaction of clients.
Please note that the following testimonials are collected, supplied and maintained by Southern Illawarra Conveyancing.
Frequently Asked Questions
When selling property you will require a contract prepared. A CPC will obtain all the mandatory documents that need to be attached to a contract eg. a council zoning certificate, a copy of the title and other title documents, deposited or strata plan, sewer diagram and any other documents that may be required for your particular transaction. Your CPC will draft any special clauses that may be required for your contract and that may be required to disclose particular matters for your sale. When buying a property a CPC will explain the contract to you, organise any property inspections, discuss your financial position and negotiate with the seller's conveyancer on any special needs such as extended settlement period, amount of deposit or possession amongst other things. Liaison with your lender on finance approval is also an important function. Once contracts have been exchanged, a CPC will take all the necessary steps to settle the matter and arrange payout or funding of mortgages. At all times a CPC will advise you on various options and act to protect your interests.Should buyers and sellers use the same conveyancer(CPC)?
There is nothing legally wrong with using the same conveyancer (CPC), however, the Institute does not recommend this practice. Your conveyancer (CPC) is working for you and to give you the best advice and guidance throughout your transaction.What is a Certified Practising Conveyancer?
A Certified Practising Conveyancer is a qualified professional, who specialises in this single field of law (conveyancing) and as such is up to date with all changes to legislation and procedures that may effect your transaction. A CPC must comply with our high standards and has the full backing and support of the AIC.Are all conveyancers (CPCs) the same?
No. As with any profession or trade each individual will be different. Some CPCs are self-employed and some work in small business or in large conveyancing firms. Some will offer a wider range of services than others and they will all have their own set of fees and business practices.