How do we calculate conveyancing fees?
Why should I calculate conveyancing fees?
It’s important to calculate conveyancing fees as early as possible in your property journey to ensure you’ve factored all expenses into your budget. Both buying and selling property can be very expensive, so making sure you have all bases covered will go a long way to helping you avoid issues in the future.
In fact, we recommend getting an estimate for all the fees involved in buying or selling property for your budget, including:
- stamp duty – try our stamp duty calculator for an estimate of stamp duty fees
- bank costs – it’s best to ask your lender what they will charge you because some banks will charge fees, some will waive fees, some will outsource them and some will build them into a loan.
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Conveyancing fees can be confusing, especially if you’re a first-time home buyer. Thankfully, our property lawyers and friendly professional conveyancers can answer any questions you have about fees. Whether you’re buying your first home, investing in property, retiring to the country, downsizing, upsizing or anything in between, our team has the experience to guide you through the rules, regulations and fees that may affect you.
It’s our mission to make the process of conveyancing as simple as possible. We can answer any questions about conveyancing in general, or provide insight into how the process will work for you specifically. And when you’re ready to start the process, we’ll take care of everything for you!
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Want to learn more? Contact us today – we can review your contract for free, explain conveyancing to you or answer any legal questions you might have about the property you are buying or selling.