Conveyancers are the glue that holds together property transactions, both residential and commercial. They help clients buy and sell properties, manage their financial affairs, register new leases and mortgages, and deal with legal issues arising from the transaction. Conveyancing in Melbourne also have an important role to play in the wider industry; for example by acting as a bridge between banks and other lenders who lend money for mortgages (or bridging) and local authorities that provide information about planning permission.
Conveyancers build strong relationships with clients and industry peers
Conveyancers are the bridge between buyers and sellers. They work with both parties to ensure a smooth transaction. In order to maintain trust and communication, conveyancers need to build strong relationships with clients, industry peers and lenders.
Your existing client base will refer new business (and vice versa), so keep building your contacts in all areas of the market; don’t just concentrate on one side or another (buyers/sellers).
They use the latest technology to make our services faster and more efficient
- Technology allows us to provide better services for our clients. For example, having access to a database of property records makes it much easier for us to find out who owns a property or whether it has been sold before – saving both time and money on conveyancing searches. In addition, advances in data processing mean we are able to process information much faster than ever before; this makes it easier for both parties involved in a conveyancing transaction (and their respective lawyers) because there is less need for manual work within each stage of the process – meaning less chance of errors occurring along each step along the way!
Conveyancing have a good understanding of local markets
Conveyancers also keep up with local trends and know how much other houses go for in your neighbourhood. This means that when it comes time for you to sell your home, a good Conveyancer Melbourne will give you an honest opinion on what price would be reasonable based on recent sales and other factors such as whether or not there is major construction nearby (which could affect potential buyers’ interest).
They work closely with estate agents, lenders and brokers
You will be working very closely with estate agents, lenders and brokers. In fact, the conveyancer is often the link between them all. This means that you will need to be able to understand what each party’s needs are in order to effectively communicate between them.
They also help clients understand the legal process by explaining their rights and duties throughout this process. They may also provide advice on how these rights can be further protected through different clauses written into an agreement or deed of sale when buying property.
- drawing up contracts for sale of land/house;
- advising on mortgages;
Conveyancing is a service that we believe everyone should have access to. It’s important for the housing market and it’s important for everyone who wants to buy a home or sell their house.