What is Conveyancing & How Does it Work?

Black Fox Real Estate recently had the pleasure of speaking with Michelle Sandys’ from Muse Conveyancing to talk all things Conveyancing. We know buying and/or selling Real Estate can be daunting, however, finding the right Conveyancer to manage your Sale Documents will make this process so much smoother, thats where Muse Conveyancing comes in.

Muse conveyancing is owned and operated by Michelle Sandys (Nee Halford). Michelle has over 20 years experience in the Real Estate industry and has worked alongside our Managing Director Jayme Lee.

Michelle saw a gap in the market and decided to complete an Advance Diploma of Conveyancing at RMIT and is a fully licensed Conveyancer. Michelle is also a Mount Eliza local and has been living here for over 15 years since relocating from the UK.

What is Conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of a legal title of land to the new owner, whether it be a from a person or entity. A conveyancer is a licensed professional who specialises in providing advice and information about the sale of a property.

The settlement process is a complex task including various financial and administrative duties, so, you will need the right conveyancer to help you navigate the potential pitfalls.

Whether you’re selling or purchasing, Muse Conveyancing make it easy and Stress Free, here is an expert guide on just some of the ways Muse Conveyancing can assist you:

Selling a Property:

  • Making enquiries regarding property and ordering certificates and searches
  • The preparation of your contract of sale and section 32
  • Liaising with your agent/bank
  • Preparing the transfer of land
  • Arranging settlement with all parties
  • Regular updates to you
  • This is not an exhaustive list of what we can do in the conveyancing process but it provides an understanding of the scope of our services

Purchasing a Property:

  • Prepare, clarify and lodge legal documents – e.g. contract of sale and memorandum of transfer
  • Research the property and its certificate of title – check for easements, type of title and any other information that needs addressing
  • Put the deposit money in a trust account
  • Calculate the adjustment of rates and taxes
  • Settle the property – act on your behalf, advise when the property is settled, contact your bank or financial institution when final payments are being made
  • Regular updates along the way with explanations of any technical or complex questions you may have.

Muse Conveyancing strive to make all clients happy, calm and relaxed during the whole process. It can seem daunting and complicated but Muse Conveyancing is there to guide you through, from start to finish.

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