Experienced Sydney Conveyancers
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Whether you are a first time home buyer or commercial developer, Hones Lawyers has dedicated conveyancers in Sydney, offering specialist service for over 45 years. Our clients are many and varied – ranging from institutional investors, retirement village operators, local councils, high net wealth individuals, developers and mums and dads.
We offer all our clients peace of mind at a fixed price when conveyancing in Sydney. We have clients all over NSW and provide personalised service, underpinned by an experienced property focused firm to ensure that every conveyance proceeds smoothly.
Our quotes are obligation free. We also offer a refer a friend discount of 10% on your next conveyance – see our specialised conveyancing page for more detail: www.justconveyancing.net.au.
Our conveyancing experience covers all types of conveyances such as:
- Residential, including off the plan sales/purchases
- Company title
- Community title
Specialist conveyancing advice for over 45 years
There are law firms that view a conveyancing service as a lower class of service and employ junior or non-qualified staff to deal with conveyancing and mortgage transactions. This can be the situation with the lower priced conveyancing services and it may have an impact on the quality and levels of service that you will receive. At Hones Lawyers, however we provide a first-class level of service with a personal touch. Our Sydney based conveyancing lawyers endeavour to communicate regularly with you and to offer advice at each step of the process. We also ensure that we explain everything in plain English with no confusing technical jargon!
Contact our experienced professionals when conveyancing in Sydney. With over 45 years of experience, our team ensure that the process of buying or selling property is hassle free and that you achieve the desired results.
When do I have to pay transfer duty?
Transfer duty (formerly stamp duty) must be paid within 3 months of completing the sale or transfer. If the property is bought ‘off the plan’ the transfer duty must be paid within 3 months from the contract date, if you are purchasing the property as an investment property. If the property you are purchasing is going to be your principle place of residence then you may have up to 12 months from the contract to pay the stamp duty. Interest will begin to accrue if not paid within these periods.
What advice do you provide when buying a property?
When entering into a purchase contract there are many things to consider, including deposits, settlement periods, cooling-off periods and so on. Our conveyancers can help guide you each step of the way.
Do I have to attend settlement?
No, you do not need to attend on settlement day. We use the electronic PEXA platform and the transaction is effected via this electronic platform. If the settlement is a paper settlement then we use experienced settlement agents in Sydney who will protect your interests by ensuring all documents are checked and exchanged correctly.
For more information on Conveyancing call us on 02 8999 6115.