After coming into some property, and everything seemingly falling to place, it can all fall apart at the final stage; transferring of documents of title from the previous owner to you. The laws around the transfer of property in Australia are quite extensive and complex. Accordingly, conveyancing often involves a series of long and complicated transactions. Without an excellent conveyancing service, the process might quickly turn into a nightmare. At the moment, too, conveyancing is something that is readily available and at a competitive rate.
Which conveyancing provider is right for you?
With the turn of the century and the reliance on technology, the conveyancing industry has seen drastic changes in how the service is provided. A quick internet search will reveal to you numerous conveyancing providers offering all the services a traditional conveyance solicitor would and at a significantly lower price.
There are many advantages to choosing online conveyancing services. This includes the significant time savings you will accrue as e-conveyancing often cuts down the time it usually takes to complete traditional conveyancing transactions by weeks.
Picking out a good online conveyancing firm from the rest
It is not that hard actually. As with every other service you might seek, base your decision on reputation. Additionally, you should not base your decision on price alone.
What to look for in a conveyancing provider
There are some boxes you need to tick and questions you need answers to before settling on a conveyance service. Among your list of prospective conveyancing providers, find out the following:
• Do they offer support and guidance through the conveyancing process?
• Is their role in pushing a deal through proactive or reactive?
• Are they advanced technologically to provide ultra-fast and modern services?
• Are they registered with and regulated by any professional body?
• Are they insured? If so, what level of professional indemnity do they carry?
If you find a conveyancer that ticks all these boxes and with a large pool of satisfied customers, you will have found yourself a winner.
E-conveyancing has the potential to offer you numerous benefits should you get the right service provider. The service is highly convenient as all the formalities and planning can be done at the comfort of your home through the internet. Your physical presence will only be required when you append your signatures at the final stage. A reputable e-conveyancing service is all you need, and you will be set.Share
25 January 2018
I love watching legal dramas from all different countries. I often call up my friend who is a lawyer to ask her about whether the cases I have seen on the latest drama are realistic or if they wouldn't happen that way in Australia. It's so interesting to me to see the changes that they make to make the stories flow more convincingly as well as the differences between the law in Australian compared to other countries. This blog is for other fans of legal dramas like me and has some tips on the best places to get real legal advice (hint, it's not on the TV!).