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Buying a Property

 

Your purchase transaction is important to us. Our expert team at Complete Conveyancing works with you to ensure your experience is stress free.

It is important to ensure your finances are in order before proceeding to make any offer to purchase a property. You should undertake your own due diligence of the property starting with a thorough inspection, making sure all utilities are connected and in proper working order. Another important factor to consider is the zoning: all properties are zoned for the purpose to which they may be used (eg, commercial vs residential vs industrial).

We recommend you seek our legal advice before you make an offer to purchase any property. We as your conveyancers may peruse the Vendor Section 32 Statement and Contract of Sale, and will provide a report to you before you make your offer. All special conditions must be written into the Contract at the time when you make your formal offer.

We as your conveyancers will:

  • ensure that all your legal rights are protected

  • conduct your Verification of Identity as required by law

  • investigate the title to ensure you have transferred to you what you have in fact purchased

  • investigate issues affecting the property (including all covenants, easements, rates, taxes, Vic Roads, planning, and building matters)

  • complete legal documents to ensure clear transfer of title into your name as proprietor, including online State Revenue Duty declaration and transfer form

  • undertake relevant adjustments, including local council and water rates, State land tax and body corporate levies

  • communicate with your broker/lender, real estate agent and vendor’s legal representative

  • finalise your agreed settlement date with all parties via PEXA, the Victorian Electronic Settlement Platform

  • on settlement, notify the relevant rating authorities of your purchase (including local council, State Land Tax Office and owner’s corporation).

 

We will keep you informed about the status of your purchase every step of the way.