Queensland
Conveyancers

Our conveyancing team is comprised of highly skilled and experienced conveyancers, and we’re  committed to creating genuine and caring relationships with our clients, whose testament to our service is their repeat business.

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Fixed-Fee Conveyancing Service

Our fixed-fee pricing means you won’t have to worry about any hidden costs.

On-Time Settlements Delivered

We have comprehensive protocols in place and use technology that streamlines the process to ensure on-time settlements.

Experienced Conveyancers

We’ll look after the whole process with all parties to ensure convenient and stress-free services for our clients.

It was a no fuss process, Great communication - from the information package sent through at the outset, to Allie's responsiveness to telephone & email queries

Andrew & Celine

Wow, Frances, what can I say? She is amazing at what she does. Very helpful, very friendly, and very prompt. Definitely a 10/10 from me!

Karen

Rebecca was extremely friendly and great at follow up. Always helped me if I had a question or got back to me in a timely manner

Neil & Krystal

How prompt and informative Allie was. She’s amazing!

Justin & Isabella

Francis was efficient and knowlegable with a friendly upbeat attitude. Responded quickly to enquiries and on the whole made the process easy for me.

Denise

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Frequently Asked Conveyancing Questions

What is Conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the transfer the ownership of the legal title of land (or property) from one person to the other. A typical conveyancing transaction consists of three stages: before contract, before completion, and after completion.

What is transfer duty?

As conveyancing is the transfer the ownership of the legal title of land (or property), transfer duty will apply. In Queensland, transfer duty on land (or property) is usually calculated on either the unencumbered value of the property or the amount you agree to pay (the consideration), whichever is higher. The higher amount is called the ‘dutiable value’.

Is there a “cooling-off” period?

A cooling-off period is a set number of days after you make a purchase in which you can cancel the transaction. If you take the option to cancel your legal agreement, you may have to pay the seller a termination fee.

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