Our property team understands that buying property is an important decision. We want to ensure that you are happy with your experience and that your conveyancing transaction proceeds as smoothly as possible.
Buying property can be one of the most exciting times in your life but, can also be one of the most stressful.
Our property lawyers and conveyancers are here to help!
Our property lawyers and conveyancers are able to assist you with all aspects of purchasing a property, from reviewing your Contract of Sale and Vendor’s Statement (Section 32) through to settlement.
Our property lawyers and conveyancers will guide you through the conveyancing process. We will answer any questions you may have and will advise you on the legal requirements and your obligations.
Our property lawyers can also assist and advise you on all ancillary requirements such as Licence Agreements, Leases, Owners Corporation matters, building works, disputes and more. We will advise you of any associated costs at the outset so that there are no surprises.
Our property lawyers and conveyancers assist clients of all sizes, including individuals, companies, superannuation funds, trusts andproperty developers.
Our property lawyers and conveyancers act in the conveyancing for all types of property from residential to commercial or retail, development sites, healthcare property, industrial and more. Our property lawyers also have extensive experience in advising purchasers with off-the-plan developments.
Why appoint a lawyer and not a conveyancer?
Lawyers undertake extensive education. Property lawyers are qualified to provide advice beyond the conveyancing process.
Property lawyers are up-to-date with all legislation and understand the complexities and legal issues that may arise in the purchase of a property and can advise you on your legal obligations under a Contract of Sale, negotiate or amend terms of a Contract and deal with the multiplicity of legal issues that may arise in a conveyancing transaction.
Why use a lawyer when buying a house?
In the event that you encounter any legal issues during the conveyancing process, conveyancers can certainly assist you but they are not able to provide legal advice on more complex property issues..
Buying a property may also affect other areas of your life such as taxation, Wills or other family related matters. Lawyers are qualified to legally advise you on such matters.
Our property lawyers and conveyancers at Burke & Associates Lawyers are able to assist with all conveyancing and property advice you may need when buying a property.
How can we help you?
Our property lawyers and conveyancing have experience to help Purchasers with:
- General advice regarding purchasing process and Sale of Land Act 1962
- Advice on Contract of Sale and Vendor’s Statements (Section 32)
- Negotiating terms of Contract and drafting Special Conditions
- PEXA settlements
- Licence Agreements
- Dispute resolution
- Off-the-plan purchases
- First home buyers
Our property lawyers have extensive experience in dealing with all aspects of property, real estate and property development law. Our team of property lawyers and conveyancers can assist with all your conveyancing needs when buying a property.
If you have any questions regarding buying a property or would like to find out how we can assist you, please contact us today on +61 3 9822 8588.