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When you are buying or selling a property, you'll need conveyancing.
But with all the options on the internet, how do you know which one to choose? What's the right way to compare?
Here is a list of things people look at when choosing the right firm for them:
LEAD Conveyancing Bundaberg is a team of property lawyers with services at very affordable prices. Apart from having a fixed legal fee, the company’s operations are 100% virtual making our process efficient and costs available at competitive prices.
The contract of sale is probably the most important document in your transaction.
This stipulates agreements between you and the seller. Sometimes, it can be a standard REIQ contract but in some cases, there are special conditions that will require attention to detail by a lawyer or solicitor.
If you're a buyer, you should have the contract reviewed before signing. You will know of any potential risk that can be a problem down the road. Don't fall for free contract reviews, though. It is always best to have a property lawyer review the contract because it is guaranteed and meticulously performed.
If you're the seller, yes, you can use a standard REIQ contract but a lawyer drawing up your contract will structure the wording and give you an advantage as the seller. It will protect you from what's called “buyer's remorse”.
It's easy! Here's what we did.
We took out unnecessary steps which reduced our costs. It enabled us to focus on more important things making our day more productive and efficient.
We also only get property lawyers and only focus on conveyancing. We structured our operations embracing 100% technology making use of electronic resources. No more huge piles of documents, no more paper trails, no more face to face appointments. Through your computer or smartphone, everything is within the reach of your fingertips!
“Should I get a solicitor?”
Here's the answer. Keep in mind that this is a 6-figure investment. Both you and the other party will be required to get a representation. It's your choice whether you'll hire a conveyancer or a solicitor. And, of course, you're aware that a solicitor can protect you in terms of legalities while a conveyancer cannot, right?
So imagine if you engaged a conveyancer because it's cheaper and the other party went with a solicitor. If things go wrong, who do you think has the advantage? It's like going to war and bringing a pistol then you see your enemy carry a machine gun.
Like wearing a bullet-proof vest, you have to protect your asset.
Bundaberg is a municipality in the Bundaberg Region, in the state of Queensland, in Australia. It is Bundaberg Regional Council's headquarters and a major centre inside the geographical region of broader Wide Bay–Burnett. Bundaberg had a population of 50,148 people, according to the 2016 census, in the Bundaberg urban area.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimated, in 2018, a population of 70,921 people in Bundaberg's notable urban area (including some rural places outside the urban area of Bundaberg).
The city is approximately 385 kilometres or 239 miles north of Brisbane, the state capital. It is situated on the Burnett River and is 15 kilometres or 9.3 miles inland from the Coral Sea coast.
The name, Bundaberg, was invented by John Charlton Thompson (a surveyor) and Alfred Dale Edwards (his assistant). Bunda is obtained from one of the names of the local Taribelang people's kinship groups, to which was attached the Saxon suffix berg, which means "town". The city is colloquially known as "Bundy".
The Taribelang Bunda people are the traditional owner Aboriginal group. They are the original occupants of the region.
Bundaberg has a list of heritage-listed sites, which include: