Conveyancing Caroline Springs
Settle Easy are your online conveyancing experts, providing reliable, secure and responsive conveyancing in Caroline Springs.
We make conveyancing simple and give you complete confidence when buying or selling property.
Caroline Springs Conveyancing Services
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The new way to do conveyancing online
Settle Easy is making buying and selling residential or commercial property easier than ever before. With our user-friendly, automated online platform you can access your transaction at any time, from anywhere in the world. View progress, manage and even complete your transaction online with ease.
Conveyancing can be a complex process, especially if you are buying or selling property for the first time – it can be a steep learning curve. . Our online platform provides complete transparency into your conveyancing matter, providing updates from our conveyancing experts in real time. You get complete access to and control over your transaction to ensure your conveyancing experience is as easy and stress-free as possible.
Experienced local conveyancers
Settle Easy’s team is made up of experienced and licensed conveyancers and property lawyers. We’ve got some of Australia’s leading conveyancing lawyers on board, with experience in a wide range of conveyancing matters.
If you have questions about your conveyancing matter or conveyancing services in general, our team is available and happy to help.
Conveyancing isn’t a simple process. We don’t expect you to be an expert in property law – our job! Our conveyancers will guide you through everything and stay by your side every step of the way to support you throughout.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The length of the conveyancing process depends on the size and complexity of the property transaction. Most property transactions take 30, 60 or 90 days, during which the whole process will be completed and the property will be ready for settlement.
Our conveyancers and property lawyers will keep you in the loop throughout your property transaction, ensuring you know what’s going on at all times, whether you’re buying your first property or selling an investment.
A conveyancer will provide the legal services you need to complete the conveyancing part of your property transaction. They have extensive knowledge of property law and are experts in completing property transfers.
While you don’t technically need a conveyancer, the legal knowledge and experience required to successfully complete conveyancing make hiring a conveyancer a no-brainer.
As licensed professionals, conveyancers are also covered by professional indemnity insurance, ensuring quality of service throughout the conveyancing process and beyond. And hiring a professional who knows what they’re doing can save you a whole lot of stress, time and money.
The amount you pay for conveyancing will depend on the size and complexity of the transaction. When you start with Settle Easy, we’ll provide you with an upfront, fixed price quote for our core conveyancing services. This way you’ll know exactly how much you’ll be paying before you commit to anything. There are no hidden costs and any additional out of pocket expenses will be run by you to make sure you know exactly what you’re paying for.
If you want to know more about the services you’re paying for, we’ll be more than happy to go through each of the associated costs with you, line by line. Just ask our team. We can also provide you with a cost estimate for out of pocket expenses which are calculated on a case by case basis.
Stamp duty, also known as transfer duty, is a tax that is paid when property is acquired. Whether you buy, inherit or are gifted property, you will still have to pay stamp duty based on the price paid for the property or the market value, whichever is higher.
If you want to know how much you can expect to pay in stamp duty, you can use our stamp duty calculator for an estimate. Alternatively, talk to an experienced conveyancer on our team and we’ll be happy to help.
Regardless of the details of your conveyancing matter, there are always out of pocket expenses involved. These usually come in the form of searches, checks and certificates that tell us everything we need to know about a property and ensure everything is in order before we get to settlement day.
Most of our customers need at least one of the following as part of the work we do:
- council and water rates searches
- planning and heritage searches
- title and encumbrance searches
- water metre readings
- road authority certificates
- land tax clearance certificates
- Environment Protection Authority (EPA) certificates
- owner’s corporation/body corporate/strata title certificates.
For more information on specific out of pocket expenses, talk to our team today. Our friendly conveyancers will be more than happy to explain this part of conveyancing and how it will apply to your unique circumstances.