Settle Easy is offering all Property.com.au customers one FREE contract review*. Plus, a 50% discount on all subsequent paid contract reviews.
Some of our competitors charge as much as $550 for this service so that’s a pretty big saving.
Settle Easy will also credit the cost of a paid contract review (capped at one credit which is applied to the successful settlement of the property) should you engage our services and complete settlement of the subject property).
Our expert conveyancing team will review your Contract of Sale within 48 hours and help to answer any questions about your contract or conveyancing transaction.
Please note, while we don’t offer free contract reviews for non-standard residential transactions or off-the-plan transaction, we’re still extending the 50% discount to all types of paid contract reviews.
To get started, simply complete your details and one of our expert conveyancers will get in touch and commence the contract review.
*Excludes contract reviews for complex or non-standard residential and off-the-plan property purchase transactions. For more details, please view the Frequently Asked Questions below or visit our Service and Fee Schedule.
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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.
A non-standard contact may include substantial amounts of special conditions or complex terms, and my include:
- Deeds of Resale
- Licensing or other conditions
- Water shares/rural property
- Government/Statutory authority
- Bankruptcy/trustee /mortgagee in possession sales