Conveyancing Sunshine Coast
Conveyancing Sunshine Coast
Buying and selling real estate is usually the single biggest transaction that is made in a person’s life. It can also be extremely stressful and come with unforeseen complications.
Regardless of whether you’re a first home owner or an experienced investor Greenhalgh Pickard’s expert lawyers and conveyancers can take the stress out of the legal process so you can relax!
Greenhalgh Pickard’s property conveyancing services include:
If you’re trying to navigate the world of real estate, it pays to have the professional legal team at Greenhalgh Pickard on your side. We’re skilled at handling all aspects of conveyancing for residential, commercial, and investment properties.
Take the hassle out of selling or buying a residential property with an experienced lawyer.
We can assist you with:
Any disclosures required to be issued to the buyer
Amending a contract to factor in your individual circumstances
Obtaining an independent valuation of the property before any contract is signed
Liaising with relevant mortgage lenders
If you are planning on buying or selling, come and see the team today.
Commercial conveyancing is a far lengthier process involving the extensive investigation of the land, commercial leases, tax implications, zoning and more. Our experienced legal professionals can assist with:
Investigating any claims on the property, titles, encumbrances, environmental issues, or other obstacles to transferring of title
Examining the lease before any purchase agreement is reached
Explaining your options, rent increases, and required expenses
Creating the contract of sale
Organising fee payment and mediating negotiations in a timely manner
Reviewing existing lease contracts of tenants conducting business on the premises
Overseeing the closing settlement of documentation and money
If you’re buying or selling a commercial property, an experienced conveyancer can provide the advice and guidance you need to facilitate a stress-free transfer of ownership.
Investment property conveyancing
Our team at Greenhalgh Pickard is able to help you navigate every aspect of your investment property purchase. We can assist with:
Reviewing any prospective vendor statements
Ensuring you’re aware of your rights as an investor
Transferring the property title to your name
Managing all necessary documentation
Applying for any eligible concessions or grants that might work in your favour
Making you aware of any important points to consider if you are planning to rent the property
Greenhalgh Pickard’s conveyancing and property law team
Property transactions such as buying and selling have potential tax consequences, such as GST, capital gains tax (CGT), income tax and land tax. In addition to offering of legal advice, Greenhalgh Pickard can review your property transactions and provide advice about the tax implications of the transaction. Greenhalgh Pickard’s accountants can also assist in setting up and ongoing administrative and tax compliance for your SMSF.
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