Can you change your mind after buying a house?
If you are ready to buy residential property in Queensland or in the process of signing a house and land contract it is essential that you know exactly what you are getting yourself into.
Conveyancing is rarely straight forward therefore it is best to contact a qualified property solicitor to safely navigate you through the process and avoid any.....
Conveyancing Update: The emerging digital auction market in Queensland
Due to on-site and in-room auctions now being banned across Australia following Scott Morrison's announcement during the COVID-19 lockdown a new emerging digital market for auctions has come to the fore.
The last month has shown that the Australian real estate market is adapting in some respects to these uncertain times. .....
IMPORTANT NOTE – COVID-19 PANDEMIC:
Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic we advise that if you are signing a contract as a Buyer or Seller of property or land in Queensland to include in your contract the COVID-19 Special Condition
Conveyancing during the Coronavirus Pandemic
As you are aware, the COVID-19 Pandemic is having an unprecedented impact worldwide. It may have a significant e.....
Steps to Signing a House and Land Contract in Brisbane
If you are considering a move to the sunshine state you might already have a few questions regarding how conveyancing works in Queensland in comparison to Victoria or the other Australian states.
To buy or sell Queensland real estate a legal transfer of property from a Seller to a Buyer must be undertaken by a solicitor; this process is called.....
When do you need to organise home insurance on a new house?
If you have newly signed a contract for the purchase of a house or property in Queensland it is imperative to know from what time you will be responsible for the loss or damage to the property. As the bushfire crisis in Australia continues across Summer and into 2020 we strongly advise that you find out as you sign a new contract by speak.....
Combining Dutiable Transactions
The transfer duty on multiple dutiable transactions must be added together and treated as a single transaction. These transactions can only be combined however when they are ‘related’ - meaning they form one arrangement or are ‘aggregated’ based on certain factors.
Aggregation of dutiable transactions is compulsory under section 30 of the Duties Act 2001.
We’ve compiled our conveyancing buyer's information for finance approval but don’t hesitate to contact us today if you’d like a fixed quote for your new conveyancing contract in Queensland. Don't overpay for conveyancing, our dedicated Brisbane based conveyancing solicitors can help you through the conveyancing process without any hidden extra costs.
Conveyancing Finance Approval Help for Buyers
The First Home Loan Deposit Scheme (‘FHLDS’) was announced during the recent Federal election.
The new rules state that first time buyers need now only save a 5% deposit when they purchase a new property. Currently most banks and financiers require a 20% deposit before they will consider providing finance for the purchase of a residential property.
The FHLDS will guarantee loans through the Nation.....
The Queensland first home owners’ grant is a state government initiative to help first owners to get their new first home sooner. Depending on the date of your contract, you’ll get $15,000 or $20,000 towards buying or building your new house, unit or townhouse (valued at less than $750,000). You can even buy off the plan or choose to build yourself. It’s a great opportunity to buy or build a new h.....
For first time home and apartment buyers in Brisbane we often get calls about how conveyancing works and what is the process for conveyancing Brisbane.We have put together this great page on our web site that shows the steps in the process for your easy understanding.Visit the page about how conveyancing works in Brisbane.Read more: How conveyancing works