Buying property in a syndicate

Buying Off-The-Plan? Why You Need to Understand the Sunset Clause

If you have been looking for property in recent times and have been unable to locate anything that catches your eye, then you may have decided to take a different approach. Instead, you may consider purchasing a property that is yet to be built, mostly because you love the location and can imagine the potential. Yet you do have to take extra precautions whenever you buy such a property and understand the time limits involved when it comes to completion.   Read More...

Why Every First Home Buyer Should Use Conveyancing Services

Getting into the property market is an exciting time, and for many young people, it will be their first significant purchase. If you have your eye on a nearby property and are considering taking the plunge, then before you actually sign any contracts you should talk to a conveyancing firm. Conveyancing concerns the transfer of properties from one person to another, and without expert guidance through your first transaction, it can be easy to make a mistake that could cost you thousands.   Read More...

Key Questions to Ask Your Conveyancing Solicitor When Buying Property

The process that is involved in purchasing a home can be daunting. Whether you are an experienced or first-time home buyer, you need to take in and remember a lot and still make an informed decision to get value for your money. Luckily, conveyancing solicitors can help make the process easier by helping you make the right decisions. What's more, they will do the search and manage all the property legally.   Read More...

Real Estate Attorneys: What They Do for You During Property Conveyancing

You don't own that immovable property only when you pay the purchase price or when you show an interest in the property. You obtain ownership of the property you purchase when you go to a deeds registry office to have the property registered in your name. Any lawful ownership of immovable property is obtained through a legal process known as conveyancing. A new property transfer deed is drawn up and registered once the property is sold.   Read More...

So You Think You Can Be a Conveyancer?

Do you pride yourself on your ability to multitask and to get a variety of jobs done, even though they are outside your comfort zone? This may be fine if you're taking on a task that is relatively mundane or that you could reasonably expect to complete on autopilot, but you should be very careful if you want to tackle something more important. Take the purchase of your first home, for example.   Read More...