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So How Does It Work?
At CS Conveyancing Services we understand time is of the essence during a property sale.

The quicker your real estate agent has a contract, the quicker your property is on the market. We want to move your property sale along as much as you do.

Once we’ve received your instructions to prepare your contract, we guarantee that a draft contract will be sent to your agent the same day after receiving your instructions with no upfront costs, all fees are paid on the day of settlement.

Please note that if after 6 months your property has not sold we will charge for the disbursements incurred to prepare the contract.

THE PROCESS FOR SELLING
YOUR PROPERTY
Prior to marketing your property or listing it for sale, at law you need a contract. At CS Conveyancing Service we will ensure that your contract is ready within 24 - 48 hours (subject to receiving all government searches) of receiving your instructions so that the marketing process can start as soon as possible.
Great news, you found someone to purchase your property.
Next step is exchanging the contract.
At CS Conveyancing Services we will negotiate the terms of the contract with the purchasers solicitor / conveyancer. Once all parties are happy with the contract, we will attend to exchanging the contracts. Once the contracts are exchanged, the purchaser is legally bound to complete the contract.
If however, you are selling the property by auction, then we will ensure that the Agent has the contract prior to auction.
The auctioneer in this case will attend to exchange the contract on your behalf.
Settlement takes 6 weeks from the date after exchange.
At CS Conveyancing Services we will prepare for settlement by ensuring your discharging mortgagee (if you have a mortgage) is ready for settlement. The settlement adjustment statement of the monies are prepared by the purchaser. We will ensure that all adjustments in relation to Council, Water, Strata (if any), Rent monies (if any) are adjusted correctly. We will also ensure that your identity is verified, as a requirement by law.
We will obtain your instructions in relation to depositing any surplus funds from the sale into your account.
Transactions for settlement in NSW now occur electronically, via a portal called PEXA (Property Exchange Australia) which we are fully certified in using. The title and funds are all transferred electronically, which means no more waiting on bank cheques to clear funds are electronically paid into your nominated account. We will verbally verify your account details prior to settlement to confirm where the funds are to be transferred to.

The best thing about an instant quote is that you know right away how much conveyancing services will cost and you can budget for this when buying or selling property in NSW.

Whether you are buying or selling a property in NSW, one of the many decisions you will need to make is about how you will pay your conveyancing fees. The conveyancing process looks after the legal aspects of buying and selling property, which can be very complicated.

With fixed fee conveyancing, you hire a Conveyancer who charges you a lump sum before any work is done.

Everything is included in the fixed fee, from professional costs to disbursements. This allows you to plan your budget appropriately, knowing you won’t be charged any extra fees after the property’s title has been signed over to you.

This makes it a much more stress-free process than having to deal with costs that pop up accidentally along the way.

Our fixed price conveyancing services are perfect for those buying or selling real estate in the state of NSW. Fixed price fees for the budget conscious buyer. By keeping conveyancer fees down, we can keep your profits up.

At CS Conveyancing, we offer a fixed fee of $1200.00* when you are selling a standard residential property.

Planning to purchase a property
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THIS SUM COVERS UP THE FOLLOWING INCLUSIONS:
  • Our professional costs of contract preparation and review; contract negotiations; reviewing and responding to requisitions; attending to signing transfer; liaising with mortgagee (if applicable), preparation for settlement etc.
  • Title search or common property search
  • Council zoning (S149(2)(5) Certificate)
  • Deposited plan
  • Drainage diagram
  • ECOS – contract for sale of land pages
  • 1 x LPI Dealing Search
  • S47 Land Tax Certificate

ARE YOU BUYING OR SELLING A PROPERTY AND REQUIRE THE SERVICES OF AN EXPERIENCED CONVEYANCER?
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CS CONVEYANCING AND WE WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY OF YOUR QUESTIONS.