Expert Settlement Agents in Lesmurdie
Trustworthy Services and Expert Guidance from Cockburn Conveyancing
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Cockburn Conveyancing are Local, Affordable and Reliable.
We are a local Lesmurdie Real Estate Settlement Agent and we pride ourselves on offering professional and reliable service.
We are located in Cockburn but love to help people across WA to sell and buy property.
Our team has been assisting clients with their conveyancing and settlement needs for over 10 years, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free process.
Whether you are buying or selling residential, commercial, or vacant land in Cockburn, Perth, or regional Western Australia (WA), Cockburn Conveyancing is here to help.
Some of the ways we help make sure you settle on time:
- Search land titles to verify you are the legal owner.
- Ensure the property is compliant with regulatory requirements such as ATO clearance certificates, outstanding rates and smoke alarm and electrical building codes.
- Ensure any special conditions in the contract have been completed to your satisfaction before settlement takes place.
- Prepare and verify all necessary legal documents and forms.
- Attend to all adjustments of rates, taxes, and levies as required.
- And much more!
Buying or selling property can be a daunting task, with tight time frames when it comes to settlement. That’s why we are dedicated to guiding you through the settlement process, in a fast and effective way to ensure you meet the settlement date.
Choose us as your trusted partner for all your conveyancing and settlement requirements.
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Title and Strata Searches Services Lesmurdie
Title and Strata searches are an integral part of the settlement process. Our team has 10 years of experience and we can ensure that the correct information is proved before settlement date.
Examples of tile and Strata search services include, but are not limited to:
- Title Searches – Confirms the current owners of a property and shows any registered interests affecting the property such as a mortgage or easement.
- Central Register of Restrictions – Request a certificate identifying whether participating agencies have recorded an interest against a property, including underground infrastructure or intended Government acquisitions.
- Historical search on title – Shows all transactions since 1983, such as transfers, mortgages, and new plans registered against a Torrens computer title.
- Lease folio data – Provides lists of lease folios and related data in a commercial lease complex or retirement village.
- Water Board requests – For certificates, documents, diagrams, and other related records.
Contact us today to talk about your property and settlement date so we can ensure a smooth settlement.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Property conveyance refers to the legal process of transferring ownership of a property from one party to another. It involves various tasks such as conducting property searches, preparing legal documents, and facilitating the settlement process.
The cost of conveyancing services can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the transaction, the value of the property, and the specific services required. At Cockburn Conveyancing, we provide transparent pricing, and our professional team will provide you with a detailed quote based on your unique requirements.
Yes, in addition to residential conveyancing, Cockburn Conveyancing offers comprehensive commercial conveyancing services. Our experienced team can assist you with the legal aspects of buying or selling commercial properties, ensuring a smooth transaction.
Stamp duty is usually paid by the buyer of a property and is a government tax based on the purchase price. The payment is typically made prior to settlement, and our conveyancing experts will guide you through the process, including calculating the amount and ensuring timely payment.
The duration of the conveyancing process can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the transaction and the responsiveness of all parties involved. Generally, it takes between 6 to 8 weeks to complete a typical residential conveyancing transaction. However, our team at Cockburn Conveyancing is dedicated to working efficiently to minimise delays and keep you informed throughout the process.
The deposit amount is typically negotiated between the buyer and the seller and is usually a percentage of the purchase price. The common range for deposits is 5% to 10% of the property’s value. Our conveyancing professionals can provide guidance on the appropriate deposit amount based on your specific circumstances.
When waiting for finance approval to purchase a property, the settlement date is usually determined by mutual agreement between the buyer and the seller. It is important to consider the timeframe required for finance approval and other factors that may affect the settlement process. Our team will assist you in coordinating the settlement date based on your circumstances and keep you informed throughout the process.
The decision regarding the names in which you should purchase the property depends on various factors such as your personal circumstances, financial considerations, and legal implications. It is advisable to seek legal advice or consult with our experienced conveyancers who can provide guidance tailored to your specific situation and help you make an informed decision.