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Why you need a qualified Conveyancer

In NSW, paper lodgements are no longer accepted as of 1 July 2019, which means you can no longer run your own property matter.

This is good news because hiring a licenced Conveyancer is a small fee opposed to what you could pay if something goes wrong with your property.

There are many things that can go wrong with a property transaction, for example, you could miss some crucial information on a pest and building report that could cost you thousands of dollars from costly repairs needing to be done to your new property. In the past when it was possible for DIY Conveyancing, the person running their own matter would take all responsibility for the sale progressing in a legal manner so if they didn’t fully understand the relevant laws there was a significant risk of things going wrong.

Buying, selling or purchasing a property is a timely process and a lot of work is done in the background to ensure your settlement is on time and hassle-free. With appointing a licenced Conveyancer you won’t have to do this work yourself and you won’t have to liaise with the various different third parties to your property transaction i.e. other conveyancer, banks, real estate agents etc as we will sort all of these things for you.

Having a licenced Conveyancer gives you peace of mind that you will be covered for all aspects of your property transaction. Your Contract, third party reports and financial requirements will be reviewed to ensure your settlement is on time and hassle-free. If something were to go wrong a licenced Conveyancer must have professional indemnity insurance to protect you if they make a mistake or are negligent in their work which emphasises your peace of mind as whatever goes wrong, you’re covered.

We go above and beyond at Hunter Legal & Conveyancing to ensure our fixed fee service includes everything you need to sell your property with ease. With HLC being a 7 day a week service if you have any questions on a weekend when the real estate agent has contacted you about a potential purchaser you can call our professional staff and have your questions answered immediately.

We look forward to assisting you to ensure your property matters are on time and hassle-free. Please get in touch through our contact page.

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