Things to look for in a conveyancer

You’ve found the dream property. A place to reside for the next x amount of years, a place to cook with family or friends, a place to unwind from the outside stresses, a place to make memories and call home.This is when you’ll need a conveyancer in Campbelltown.

Now, all you have to do is go through the legal process – and actually buy the property in Campbelltown.

This can be a particularly stressful time for people, as properties are extremely costly and are an investment some people put their life savings to.

There are numerous conveyancers in Campbelltown, but do you know how to look for the most suitable one for you? Here are some things that you should keep in mind, before trusting them with your future property.

What is a conveyancer?

Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of a legal title of land or property from one to another. A conveyancer is a professional who prepares, executes, verifies and lodges the legal documents whilst providing recommendations to the client buyer. Especially for the first time home buyer, the professional is crucial for the smooth handover of keys without any misunderstandings or issues.

You’ll need a conveyancer in Campbelltown when you are buying or selling a property, subdividing land or refinancing property. When signing the sales and purchase agreement, the real estate agent will request for the professional’s detail from both the buyer and seller.


For a buyer, the conveyancer in Campbelltown has a variety of duties to ensure that the client is well looked after. This includes the following.

  • Prepare and clarify all the legal documents, which encompasses contracts and memorandums of transfer
  • Research the property in detail. This includes checking the type of title for the land, its history and any easements.
  • Deposit money into a trust account
  • Settle the property on your behalf and advise the client and their bank institutions on payments
  • Represent the client’s interest in negotiations with the vendor or agent
  • Attending settlements on your behalf

For the seller, the conveyancer in Campbelltown will

  • Process the legal documents
  • Represent you to the buyer and respond to their requests
  • Ensure a smooth transferal of ownership and complete any unfinished business with the property


As aforementioned, not any conveyancer in Campbelltown will be the right one for you. The old fashioned strategy of asking around people you know for referrals would be helpful in this situation. People who have gone through the conveyancing process will also have insight into the complex process, which can be of use to you. If not, asking your real estate agent or other familiar professionals (such as accountant or lawyer) will also be a step towards the right direction.

Some things that you should keep in mind when you’re searching for a conveyancer in Campbelltown include:

  • Their ability to explain concisely and simply the legal processes and jargon utilised in the conveyancing procedure. You want to be involved and understand the process as much as possible, as it is your future property at stake.
  • Accessible at all reasonable hours of the day, as regular communication with the professional would ease your stress and worries.
  • Costs, fees and charges – it is crucial to know how much your conveyancer in Campbelltown will cost altogether, so that unexpected fees do not arise from their services.
  • The type of property they specialize in – some lawyers would have in-depth knowledge about particular areas, which will be extremely valuable if your property has special circumstances.

Purchasing a house is a life-changing decision that anyone would consider very carefully. Choosing a conveyancer in Campbelltown to handle the property exchange should be a careful decision also – so choose wisely.

Christian Woods
Christian Woods
Christian is a morning reporter and technology columnist for Best in Australia. Christian has worked in the media since 2000, in a range of locations. He joined Best in Australia in 2018, and began working in Melbourne in 2019.
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