Are you considering buying a property this year? You might be wondering whether you need a conveyancer or a conveyancing solicitor. The option you go with all comes down to your particular situation, It is well worth investigating both options to see what suits best.
Difference Between a Conveyancer and a Conveyancing Solicitor
You might be wondering what the difference between a conveyancer and a conveyancing solicitor is.
A conveyancer is great for straightforward property sales, where you don’t expect anything curly to arise. They are generally lower priced than conveyancing solicitors as that is all they do. Conveyancing solicitors do all the same tasks as a conveyancer, however they can handle certain transactions and issues that may arise in the sale process.
Most Australian tend to use conveyancers rather than solicitors when purchasing a property. But if you feel like you need the extra support throughout the sales process, give the team at Salerno Law a call.
What Does a Conveyancing Solicitor Do?
Conveyancing Solicitors undertake a fair amount of work when their clients are selling property, including (but not limited to):
- Perusing the signed contract
- Monitoring buyers finance, building and pest inspection reports and special conditions in the contract
- Answering queries from the buyers solicitor
- Liasing with the bank
- Booking settlement
- Calculating settlement figures
- Handle the settlement process
Selling a house or business is generally a relatively straight-forward process. However if you do feel like there may be issues in the sale process for your property or you just want a solicitor on your side, it’s well worth having a chat to the team at Salerno Law. With over 20 years experience in residential and commercial property purchases from the Gold Coast to the Sunshine Coast, our team can assist in your sale.
Make your sales process easy and use the team of conveyancing solicitors at Salerno Law.