Property & Conveyancing

First Home Buyers – Things Western Sydney buyers need to know!

Are you purchasing a property for the first time? If the answer is yes, you may be entitled to apply for a concessional rate of stamp duty or even an exemption from paying stamp duty altogether. Under the First Home Buyers Assistance Scheme if they are purchasing a property for the first time and the …

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E-conveyancing compulsory from the 1st July 2019

From 1 July 2019 all standard NSW property transactions are to settle electronically. This means if you are selling or purchasing a property and it settles after the 1 July 2019, it will need to settle electronically. Other transactions that are to be lodged electronically include:- • Transfers; • Mortgages; • Discharge of Mortgages; • …

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Are you lending money to a family member to purchase a property?

It is common for family members to enter into a Deed of Loan when lending money to a party purchasing a property. One of our recommendations to coincide with a Deed of Loan is that it should be secured. We recommend you do this by lodging a caveat over the to protect the lenders interest. …

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Can you Throw Out your Ex’s Property?

When a couple separate it is usually the case that one party leaves the home and takes what they can fit in a suitcase. This leaves the other party with the remainder of their property. So, what can you do with your ex’s property, regardless of whether it is valuable or sentimental, can you legally …

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