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Property Conveyancer Frankston VIC

Morgan Conveyancing

Buying Real Estate

Ready to buy a property? Make sure you contact a qualified property conveyancer in Frankston before you sign any contracts. Already signed a contract? You may still be able to negotiate the contract of sale.

Selling Real Estate

Looking at selling a property? Whether it is your home, investment property or commercial property, we'll work promptly to organise the relevant documentation for your section 32 so so can get your property sold sooner. We're the property conveyancer Frankston goes to for prompt, easy property transactions.

 

Other Real Estate Transactions

Transferring ownership of a property to to a family member? Or perhaps you're looking to refinance your property? We can take care of the entire process for you. You can trust us to handle the complex contract of sale and other legal work for you.
 

Property Conveyancer Frankston VIC

Morgan Conveyancing

The purchase or sale of a property is one of the biggest decisions most people will make in their life. 

Our mission is to ensure your property transaction is as smooth, efficient and easy as possible, giving you peace of mind and confidence knowing you’re in good hands.

Whether you’re buying or selling, or wanting to perform any other form of property transaction in Frankston or Victoria, we’re here to help. Frankston is 41km south east of Melbourne’s city centre, North of the Mornington Peninsula, but we provide property conveyancing services anywhere within Victoria.

Property Conveyancing Frankston & Across Victoria

Most of the time you don’t have to visit our office, conveyancing made easy

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Why Choose Us

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Thorough

We thoroughly perform all necessary searches to ensure you're not met with any nasty surprises. We treat all our clients transfers with the same diligence as if we would a family member's.

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Prompt Communication

We communicate with you each step of the way, if any potential issues arise we get in touch with you via phone ASAP to inform you and discuss your options going forward.

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Easy

With us on your team property transactions have never been smoother. Sit, back and let us do the heavy lifting.

Buying Real Estate in Frankston?

Ready to buy? We can assist you in the transaction of any vacant land, residential or commercial property. Right from the initial contract review right up till settlement we’ll work with you each step of the way to ensure your property purchase goes as smoothly as possible. As a conveyancer in Frankston VIC we aim to ensure our clients are at ease and fully informed each step of the way. If you’re working with a buyers advocate then we can liaise with them to keep matters simple for you with having just the one point of contact for all things related to your property purchase, or we can keep you updated directly whichever you prefer. 

 

Pre-purchase contract review

Before bidding at auction or committing to purchase any real estate, we recommend that you get a pre purchase contract review to ensure you fully understand the terms and conditions of your contract. During the review we can answer any questions or concerns you may have in addition to notifying you of any potential red flags, unexpected costs or nasty surprises tucked away within the contract.

If you have already signed a contract it’s still worth reviewing, if you contact us before the cooling off period ends you might be able to renegotiate the contract or perhaps walk away altogether if any red flags are raised. If you wish to make changes to the contract we will contact the seller’s conveyancer and negotiate these amendments on your behalf.

Exchange contracts

Once both parties are satisfied with the terms and conditions of the contract and you’ve signed the contract we’ll forward onto the vendor’s conveyancer

 

Preparing for settlement

We order searches, liaise with your lender, and perform all necessary conveyancing tasks to prepare for settlement.

 

Settlement

We attend settlement to ensure the transaction goes smoothly and you become the registered owner and receive the property title. Once settlement has taken successfully taken place we’ll inform the relevant authorities (council, water body, strata etc.) and inform the real estate agent, so you can collect the keys to your new property. 

Selling Real Estate in Frankston?

Ready to sell? We can assist you in the transaction of any vacant land, residential or commercial property. Right from the initial contract drafting right up till settlement we’ll work with you each step of the way to ensure your property sale goes as smoothly as possible. We are the conveyancer Frankston resident choose for smooth simple property transactions.

 

Preparing the contract of sale & section 32 statement

Upon acceptance of our quote we start performing the necessary searches in order to prepare the section 32 statement. We discuss the contract conditions with you and insert any conditions you require. Once all documentation required for the section 32 statement have been received we’ll send you the contract for approval then we’ll send it through to your real estate agent on your behalf.

 

Exchange contracts

Once price and other conditions have been negotiated and both parties are satisfied we’ll receive the contract from the buyer’s conveyancer and organise the contract ready for you to sign. Once signed we’ll keep track of all the important dates such as when initial deposit is due, when finance, building and pest inspection, and any other clauses expire, and of course settlement date.

Preparing for settlement

We’ll organise a discharge of mortgage with your bank (if applicable) and organise for you to sign any documents required

 

Settlement

We attend settlement to ensure the transaction goes smoothly. We pass on all necessary documentation to the buyer’s conveyancer and collect the remainder of the purchase price from the buyers lender. Once settlement has taken successfully taken place we’ll inform the relevant authorities (council, water body, strata etc.) and inform the real estate agent, so they can release any funds they are holding. 

Other Real Estate Transactions in Frankston, VIC

The majority of our conveyancing work is related to the purchase and sale of property but there are other instances where a transfer of property ownership is required. These are some of the situations where this may be required:

  • Subdivisions 
  • Property transfer to spouse or related parties
  • Property transfers after a divorce
  • Property transferred between legal entities
  • Removal of names from title

If your unsure if you need the assistance of a conveyancer for your situation you can get in touch with us for a free 10min consultation to discuss your situation. 

 

FAQS

 

What is conveyancing? What does a conveyancer do?

Simply put conveyancing is the legal transfer of ownership of a property from the vendor to the purchaser. Generally speaking, both vendor and purchaser (buyers and sellers) each engage a legal representative or conveyancer, also known as a conveyancing solicitors or conveyancing lawyers, to handle the process on their behalf. Check out our conveyancing services pages to find out more about our conveyancing services and our process of conveyancing. 

 

What is the difference between a conveyancer and a conveyancing solicitor?

A conveyancer is a qualified legal representative specifically trained to process the legal transfer of properties. A conveyancer is not able to give legal advice in any other matters beyond the transfer of ownership of a property. A solicitor, on the other hand, is a general legal practitioner, with the specialisation of legal work within the field of conveyancing. They may, therefore, be able to give legal advice in other areas, like property law for example. If you’ve hired a conveyancing solicitor check with them to see if their law firm provides other legal services outside of conveyancing. 

 

How much does conveyancing cost?

Conveyancing fees can range anywhere from $500-$2000+ depending on the complexity of the transaction. In addition to the conveyancing fees you will need to pay disbursements which are costs the conveyancer will need to pay on your behalf. Examples of disbursements include things such as title searches, council rates enquiries, drainage plans etc. To find out how much conveyancing will cost for your specific situation it’s best to get in contact with us.

 

Can I do my own conveyancing?

Although you are not legally required to hire a legal representative it’s generally advised utilise the services of a licensed conveyancer. The conveyancing process is also highly technical process which requires extensive knowledge of the correct administrative procedures. More importantly, If you DIY conveyancing you will not have a conveyancer’s professional indemnity insurance if something goes awry. Property transactions debacles can prove to be extremely costly. Unless your confident in your ability to do so it’s best to invest the money and get a professional to ensure the transaction goes smoothly.

We can help you with a variety of conveyancing services for your property transaction. Whether you’re buying, selling, transferring a title or anything conveyancing related we’re here to help. We provide our conveyancing services across Victoria. From Melbourne, to Frankston, down to the Mornington Peninsula and beyond. So if you’re after conveyancers near you, call us today and get a dedicated professional on the task! 

 

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Thorough 

We do all the necessary searches required to ensure your not met with any nasty suprises. 

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Prompt Communication

We keep you informed each step of the way. If any potential issues arise we alert you via phone asap.

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Ease

You can rest assured that you have a caring professional conveyancer working to ensure your property transcation is as smooth as possible

Property Transactions have never been easier

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