conveyancing Sunshine Coast
EXPERIENCED Conveyancing IN THE SUNSHINE COAST
One of the most exciting and important times in your life is the purchase of your new home.
Whether you are thinking about purchasing your first home on your own or in conjunction with a friend or your partner there are many things that need to be considered before taking the big step.
Choose SJP Law for your Sunshine Coast property conveyancing. We help residential property purchasers and sellers, from pre-contract signing to settlement.
Our senior conveyancing paralegal, Renae Jeckeln, has been with us for more than 20 years and brings invaluable experience to her role. We follow the Queensland Conveyancing Protocol standards to deliver a quality service, ensuring your interests are protected at all times.
We invite our clients to contact us prior to signing a contract. This gives us the opportunity to review the proposed terms and conditions and advise on any alterations that might be necessary to ensure that your transaction runs smoothly from start to finish.
What To Consider When Buying A Property
Some important things for consideration are:
If you have any of these questions or some further questions of your own our friendly staff can help you. We can assist with property purchases and sales all over the Sunshine Coast for house and units.
Once you have decided to buy your property, we can then talk you through all of the important issues to protect your interests in your property including things such as how you will hold that property with your other owner/s.
Joint tenants mean that you and the other person or people that you have purchased the property with each hold an equal share no matter how many of you there are and upon one of more of you passing away, that persons share would automatically pass to the surviving owners by way of survivorship.
It is common for husband/wife or partners to hold properties as tenants in common as upon the death of one party their interest automatically passes to their surviving partner.
Tenants in common are where two or more individuals have an interest in the property and the share nominated as your share when you purchase the property is the share that you have control of.
Each tenant in common has the right to deal with their share in the property separate from the other co-owners.
This is most often used when purchasing with family members or with blended families. As a tenant in common, your share of any property will then be distributed in accordance with the terms of your Will.
How Can A Conveyancer Help?
A conveyancer helps with the transfer of land or property between people. They help at each of the key stages of the process:
A conveyancer will give legal advice about the sale, prepare all your documents and take care of the settlement. You can expect your conveyancer to handle various aspects of the process, including:
Conveyancing For Property Investments
Reliable returns and a growing rental market means many Australians are choosing property as an investment for the future. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to offer for rental, or as a potential downsize option for your later years, SJP Law will work alongside you to ensure the purchase process runs as smoothly as possible.
As well as taking care of all the necessary admin, we’ll carry out essential searches so you can feel confident that there are no nasty surprises waiting for you down the line. Our team is fully versed in Queensland property law, and our years of experience supporting buyers and sellers in the Sunshine Coast means you can feel confident that your investment will serve you well for as long as you need it to.
Do I Need Conveyancing?
Buying a property is an expensive undertaking and you may well be tempted to save money by opting to do the conveyancing yourself. Whilst this could save you money in the short term, any misunderstanding of the contracts or misinterpretation of search results could lead to litigation and cost much more than you save. The team at SJP Law are experts in this field and take great care to stay up to date with all changes to legislation and laws. Choosing an experienced team means you can be confident that all the necessary legal aspects of buying or selling residential or investment property are taken care of.