Investment Property with Scott Lachmund7 April 2022
Potential Pitfalls in Conveyancing13 February 2023
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another. If you’re buying or selling a property in Queensland, you’ll need to go through the conveyancing process to ensure that the transfer of ownership is completed correctly and legally.
So, how much should you expect to pay for conveyancing in Queensland?
The cost of conveyancing in Queensland can vary depending on several factors, including the transaction’s complexity, the property’s location, and the experience of the conveyancer you choose. In general, you can expect to pay anywhere from $800 to $1,500 for conveyancing services in Queensland. However, it’s essential to shop around and get quotes from multiple conveyancers to ensure you get the best deal.
Beware that the cheapest is often not the best, and the pitfalls of conveyancing through a cheap conveyancer can be very costly to you.
There are a few things you can do to keep your conveyancing costs down:
1. Choose a conveyancer who offers a fixed-fee service. This way, you’ll know exactly how much you’ll be paying upfront and won’t have to worry about unexpected costs.
2. When buying or selling, remember that our conveyancing services operate throughout Queensland. This means you can conveniently complete the conveyancing process in selling your existing property and buying your new property through us. No more hoping that your next conveyancer is reliable and high quality. Stick with us for each buy and sell and know your legal services are in good hands.
3. Get quotes from multiple conveyancers and compare them to see which one offers the best value for money for a reliable, reputable service. You can request a quote from us here.
It’s important to note that conveyancing costs in Queensland do not include disbursements, which are third-party costs such as search fees and stamp duty. You’ll need to budget for these additional costs as well.
Are you ready to begin conveyancing? Make sure you get the right legal advice from the start.