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BEENLEIGH PROPERTY BUYERS
Beenleigh Conveyancing Lawyer
What you need to do
- Send us a copy of the contract & when you’ll make an offer
- Tell us when you’d like to settle on the property
- We’ll achieve a satisfactory outcome for you
Beenleigh Property Lawyer
What you need to do
- Send us a copy of the contract or instruct us to draft it
- Tell us more about the property you’re selling
- We’ll achieve an on-time settlement for you
Beenleigh Conveyancing Solicitor
What you need to do
- Let us know what you are proposing to do;
- We will tailor the purchase and sale contracts to fit your particular requirements and timeline; and
- We will provide you with a seamless transition from home to home.
Frequently Asked Questions
What searches should I order when purchasing property in Beenleigh?
Beenleigh is a historic suburb of Queensland which combines a mixture of a growing business sector with rural living. When you are looking at buying in Beenleigh you should look at the age of the house and consider obtaining a heritage search. There are many old buildings in Beenleigh which can give you the opportunity to own a beautiful piece of history.
For buildings built in recent decades, you should organise a building records search to see if the property is council approved. If a building has not been built in line with building regulations then you can find yourself forking out a lot of money after settlement.
If the property is in a low-lying area of beenleigh make sure to check the flood maps to see if the property has flooded before. You will find the Flood Check maps to be useful when looking at flooding in the area. You can check it out here: https://www.qra.qld.gov.au/maps/flood-mapping
What disclosure as a seller may I need to give if selling a property in Beenleigh?
With so much growth happening in the Beenleigh area when you sell a property you should make sure that the property is compliant with all development approvals and is lawful under the current town planning scheme. If for some reason there are outstanding development approvals or the property is currently not lawful under the town planning scheme then you will need to disclose this to the buyer.
There are several disclosures you will need to make before signing a contract and you should always check with your lawyer before signing a contract. Failing to disclose what you are required to under the contract may give the buyer a right to terminate or claim compensation from you. If you are unsure whether you need to disclose certain matters to the buyer then you should speak to your lawyer.
Does the seller have to leave potted plants at the property after settlement?
Potted plants are considered chattels under the contract in most instances. This means that the seller is not required to leave them in the property at settlement unless the contract is drawn up to specifically include them.
What does ‘sufficient to complete’ mean in my finance clause?
Sufficient to complete in the finance clause means that if your finance approval comes back for an amount that with any money readily available to you (e.g. money in your savings or in easily sellable shares) you could purchase the property then you will need to satisfy the finance clause (unless the other terms of the approval are unsatisfactory). If you are looking at terminating under a finance clause that is sufficient to complete then you should discuss your options with your lawyer.
Should I use the building and pest inspector the agent has recommended?
Building and pest inspectors give their own guarantees as to the reliability of the inspection they have given. With any inspector, you should check to see what is and is not guaranteed in the inspection before retaining an inspector. Agents usually have referral arrangements with inspectors which can make it easier to find an inspector. You can usually rely on the information from the inspection as well, however as the agent is the seller's agent if you do not feel comfortable using their recommended inspector then you are also well within your rights to find another inspector to help you with your building and pest inspection.
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Finding the perfect conveyancing service is definitely a challenge. All the more, going with the wrong firm is even more taxing.
You may get recommendations from friends or sometimes the real estate agent. However, the real estate agent’s recommendation is usually motivated by commission so you’re better off looking on your own. When researching, people usually turn to the internet but they end up finding a long list of options. How do you really find the right firm, though? What should you be looking for? Here is a list that may help you make that wise decision.
- Find lawyers, not conveyancers
- Find a firm that has a fixed professional fee.
- Don’t fall for a free contract review. There’s no such thing as free.
- Check reviews and look for a firm that maintains constant communication
Beenleigh Conveyancing quote
LEAD was established through the vision of a well-seasoned VIC head lawyer who has been in the conveyancing business for so many years. Our team has been formed with the vision of providing the best customer experience and the most affordable yet quality service available on the market.
Experiencing and listening to our former clients’ feedback and point of view, we managed to create a business model that answers what they need.
- Quality and dependable service
- Costs transparency
- Expectations set and met
- Well-kept communication
With everything on the list, we deliver to our clients the service they expect. New homeowners moving into their new property with a smile.
It’s smooth and hassle-free conveyancing!
How we provide Cheap Price
What do you do if you want to provide the lowest price possible to your clients and still maintain quality?
You take out all unnecessary costs and find strategies to reduce expenses. We were able to cut costs through the following:
- We got rid of paper documents. It’s all electronic – signatures, scanned contracts, etc.
- We saved lawyer’s time and increased productivity by using email and phone instead of appointments.
- We focused on the talent we need – just property lawyers.
- We reduced travel costs by providing purely online services.
Why do you need Solicitors in Beenleigh?
“A conveyancer can do the job for less.”
Yes, that is true but there is more to it than meets the eye. First, you can’t compare a solicitor to a conveyancer. Although both can accomplish the same job, one offers a better type of service than the other.
It’s like deciding between a beat-up but running car versus one that’s basic but with airbags for a little more money to add.
Both can take you from point A to point B. However, you wouldn’t want to get a car for a very cheap price but jeopardize your life while getting to point B, right? And yes, there’s a bit of spending extra for the second car but it doesn’t really mean you’re buying a luxury car, either. It’s that thin line that makes the second car a “smart decision”.
Beenleigh is a suburb and town in the City of Logan, in the state of Queensland, in Australia. In the 2016 census, a total of 8,252 people was the population of Beenleigh. In 1866, a government survey was conducted for the new town. The town is the terminal for the Beenleigh railway line, which initially opened in 1885 and a stop on the railway line of the South Coast, which in 1889, reached Southport. The administrative centre of the former Shire of Albert was Beenleigh and it is popular for the heritage-listed tourist attraction known as the Beenleigh Artisan Distillery.
Buying a Property
Beenleigh and neighbouring suburbs are located near the junction of the Logan and Albert Rivers. The urban and residential suburb rests southwest of the Pacific Motorway prior to it crossing the Logan River and is crossed by the railway line of the Gold Coast. Logan River Parklands contain barbeques, a boat ramp, and a picnic area. Although it was once a separate town built on sugar and home to the oldest rum distillery in Australia built in 1864, increasing growth in South East Queensland starting from the 1980s has witnessed it enveloped by Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
Beenleigh has an array of heritage-listed sites, which include:
- Main Street: St George’s Anglican Church
- Distillery Road: Beenleigh Rum Distillery
Still mainly a self-sufficient town with growing commercial and retail areas nearby, Beenleigh is home to three shopping centres with Woolworths, Coles Supermarkets, Aldi, Big W, and a Mitre 10 MEGA.
The Southern District Court complex, which was first established in 1871, stands at the heart of Beenleigh. For several years, the court was constituted primarily of three magistrates; this changed with the assignment in 1998 of a permanent sitting District Court of Queensland Judge. Judge O’Brien was the first presiding district court judge in Beenleigh. The Southern District Court complex has recently played an essential role in the growth of the progressive Drug Court.
In 2004, the Beenleigh Mitre 10 MEGA opened. It was the first Australian MEGA store of the company, and it employs more than 200 people.
The town has two theatres (Phoenix Ensemble and Crete Street Theatre) and a community centre. At Crete Street, the Logan City Council operates a public library.
The Queensland Country Women’s Association of Beenleigh meets at the Beenleigh Neighbourhood Centre located on 10 James Street. Also on 10 Tansey Street, is St George’s Anglican Church. Available at the Lutheran Beenleigh Family Day Care Scheme are day care facilities.
Beenleigh is located on the Pacific Motorway. Queensland Rail City network provides on-going services to the Gold Coast and Brisbane via the railway line of Beenleigh at the Beenleigh railway station which is centrally located.