CS Conveyancing Service NSWABOUT CS CONVEYANCING SERVICES

CS Conveyancing Services is an online service with fixed price fees for purchase and sell of property in NSW. Our unique business model offers exceptional service at a fixed low price.

We cater to our clients needs by providing affordable, friendly, professional conveyancing services to all parts of New South Wales. Our clients range from North Shore of Sydney to the South Coast of New South Wales. Wherever you are (within New South Wales) we can guarantee to assist you with your conveyance.

We understand the importance of customer service when it comes to understanding the practices of buying or selling your property, whether you're an investor or first home buyer. We pride ourselves on providing the best possible service at an affordable fee.

CS Conveyancing Services is operated and owned by Carolina Scekic, a licensed conveyancer with more than 10 years legal experience. As well as being a licensed conveyancer, a member of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (A.I.C) NSW Division and fully insured, so you can be full of confidence when using our professional service.

CS Conveyancing Services offers you advice with Buying and Selling all types of residential and commercial property. From a family home to a unit.

Carolina got her qualifications at Macquarie University and has been working in the legal industry for more than 10 years. She is a wife, mother and a mad fan of rugby league, her team being the mighty St George Illawarra Dragons.

So email or telephone Carolina to discuss your sale or purchase contract today.

Great question. I'm sure you've heard the term conveyancing but what does it mean.

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership. In other words when someone buys or sells a property the legal work involved in changing over the ownership is called "conveyancing".

A Conveyancer is like a solicitor, the only difference being, that conveyancers are trained to handle any issue that may rise throughout the conveyancing process but cannot get involved with any other area of law such as workers compensation or family law etc.

Like solicitors, conveyancers are require to undertake professional education each year to keep up to date with legislative changes and to hone their conveyancing skills.

In short, a conveyancer is a cheaper version of a solicitor but can only provide advice with all matters relating to a convey (or process of buying and selling all types of properties).