Like all things property related, buying a block of land comes with rules, restrictions and limitations that are important to be aware of. As property experts, we’re here to help you navigate these intricate and sometimes difficult rules and regulations.
Subdivision and subdividing are words we’ve all heard before, but do you know exactly what’s going on? We’ve got all the important answers for you.
Rural/ Family Farm Transfers Crescent Conveyancers can assist you with the following Rural Transactions: Family Farm Transfers Crown Land Transfers – Stations etc. Rural Contracts that have tree farming leases Water Allocations Stock & Equipment Life Tenancies Memorials & Deeds affecting the Land Mining/ Crop/ Cattle/ Agistment Leases etc. We will work with the Department […]
Buying and selling is an integral part of many investments and business operations. As experts in the local property market and with a wealth of experience in commercial property settlements, we can help you navigate these tricky real estate transactions.
A deceased estate is the property and assets of a person who has died. The person dividing and dealing with the intricacies of this is referred to as the administrator and is usually one of the beneficiaries of the estate.
What is Electronic Conveyancing? What are electronic settlements? Electronic conveyancing is a transaction where practitioners have elected to settle through the electronic platform provided by PEXA – the regulatory framework here in Australia. With PEXA acting as a sort of middleman, lawyers, conveyancers and financial institutions can transact together online.
What is A Terms Contract? When a property is sold, and the buyer is allowed to move in prior to paying the whole purchase price, what is referred to as a “terms contract” is needed.
What is Residential Conveyancing? Residential conveyancing is the legal process of purchasing or selling a house. This is essentially the last stage in a conveyancing transaction. It occurs when the conveyancers for both parties are satisfied that all documents and cheques are as they should be, and then the property is officially settled.