Yes, under the restrictions, you can still buy property.
You can also put your home on the market for private sale or auction – but all inspections and auctions must be held remotely.
Working online is in our DNA and we can help you with all your conveyancing needs during this time.
We encourage all our customers to allow a little extra time to complete their settlements as finance and other services might take a bit longer to organise.
Yes. You’re able to move to a new house if you had already arranged to move, but the curfew hours still apply.
Members of your household can help you move.
Friends or family who are not part of your household can only help with moving if you and those you live with are physically unable to – because of age, health or disability reasons.
You must stay at least 1.5 metres apart from each other, wash your hands regularly, wear face coverings at all times and not share food or drink.
Conveyancing is the process of moving the legal ownership of property or land from one person or entity to another.
A conveyancer is a property transfer specialist. They prepare the legal documents that form part of real estate transactions such as the purchase and sale of properties, settlements and title transfers.
Once you have decided to buy or sell real estate and BEFORE you sign anything, you need a conveyancer.
They will explain everything you need to know.
Whether you are buying or selling, each conveyancing transaction will cost $1,100 (including GST) plus disbursements.
Disbursements are out of pocket expenses that relate specifically to your property and are things we need to know in order to complete your conveyancing transaction.