What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing simply means changing the name on the Certificate of Title from the seller to the buyer on the purchase of real estate.
The Certificate of Title refers to the land (or ‘air space’ for Strata title), not to buildings or other ‘improvements’. Before you transfer the Certificate of Title, you need to make sure that you have clear understanding of the state and condition of any buildings. The conveyancing process includes steps to make sure the transaction is correct for both buyer and seller, and that any outstanding monies, such as rates, taxes and levies, are cleared at settlement.
Why choose Dynamic Conveyancing ?
We know that buying and selling property can be a stressful time for many of our clients. We do our very best to ensure that you are kept informed every step of the way. Our goal is to ensure that your particular matter runs as smoothly as possible by providing a professional conveyancing service while maintaining a friendly and casual approach to this exciting time.
We endeavour to have your contract for sale provided to your listing agent within 24 hours after our office has obtained the relevant documentation from your local council and the local water authorirty.We liase with the agent, financial institution if applicable and, when the time comes, the purchasers conveyancer at all times to ensure the process of your sale runs as smoothly as possible.
During the initial perusal of the contract for sale in consultation with yourself, we will discuss your options so that you are fully informed to enable you to make an informed decision on what searches or enquiries you are comfortable with.
Buyers & Sellers
The hardest thing about purchasing a property is finding the right home.
This is your job. Our job and our goal, is to ensure the transaction is effected as smoothly as possible, making your experience as stress free as possible.
Should you be a first time buyer, we will give you as many helpful hints as we can, making “the process” less daunting.
The first step in the process is obtaining a copy of the Contract from the Agent or the Seller. We will review the Contract, advise you on the conditions of the agreement, alert you of any dangers and even negotiate changes for your benefit.
Once you have negotiated the price we will then assist you in obtaining the necessary inspection reports and advise you to finalise your finance arrangements if applicable.
The next step is to “exchange” contracts. This is when you and the Seller become “bound” to complete the transaction. We will advise you on the best way to exchange contracts and we can “waive” the cooling off period for you.
From exchange to settlement, we will guide you through the legal process, let you know what you need to do and when it needs to be done. We will liaise with the Real Estate Agents, the other conveyancers and your Lender to make arrangements for settlement. We will also attend the settlement on your behalf and SMS you once the transaction is completed.
We will take you from your successful offer, to a successful exchange and finally to a successful settlement…..arranging a removalist to move you into your new home…successfully, is up to you!
Before you or a Real Estate Agent can advertise your property for sale, you must have a Contract for Sale available to provide to any prospective Buyers.
We will prepare this for you, provide a copy to you and your Agent. Now you can market your property for sale. Good Luck!
Once you have negotiated the terms of the sale with a purchaser we will update the contract and liaise with the Agent and the Buyers Conveyancer to organise “exchange”. Exchange is when the Buyer becomes “legally bound” to complete the transaction.
We will then arrange settlement on your behalf, if appropriate, we will advise the discharging mortgagee and we will keep you informed of the progress of your sale. Prior to settlement we will provide you with a comprehensive settlement statement including all the costs associated with the sale.