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Buying and selling property isn't something many of us do very often - it's a big deal.

That’s why we recommend you do your research before you make one of the biggest decisions of your life. We hope this guide answers many of the questions you might have about the process.

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Frequently asked questions

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
The best time to get help with conveyancing is as soon as you decide to buy or sell real estate and BEFORE you sign anything.

This is a legally binding agreement between two parties outlining the terms of purchase or sale of real estate.

The buyer usually signs the contract first.

The buyer submits their offer to the seller, which includes a price and any additional conditions.

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