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Catherine Davies Conveyancing Central Coast
Catherine Davies Conveyancing is a fully licensed and fully insured certified practising conveyancing firm on the Central Coast with specialist expertise in property law.
We know that no matter who you are, any property transaction is a significant financial process in your life, which is why we are committed to providing you with the easiest possible property transaction with clear advice, expert guidance, excellent service and reasonable rates.
“Catherine and her friendly team conveyanced the sale of my home and did a sterling job. They’d be my first call if I need conveyancing in the future.”
Expert Conveyancing Services on the Central Coast
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Contact us today to find out more about how our Central Coast conveyancing services can support you through any property transaction, no matter how big or small.
Buying a property
We coordinate with brokers, council, surveyors, agents, inspectors to ensure the best possible transaction for your purchase.
Selling a property
Key Benefits you receive when
investing in a quality conveyancer
Peace of Mind: When you invest in quality conveyancing services, you can trust that your property transaction will be handled with precision and care. This peace of mind is invaluable, especially when dealing with one of the most significant financial transactions of your life.
Avoiding Costly Mistakes: Property transactions involve complex legal and financial aspects. CD Conveyancings staff are well-trained and experienced, reducing the likelihood of errors that could lead to costly delays, disputes, or even legal issues down the line.
Time Efficiency: CD Conveyancing is efficient in managing paperwork, negotiations, and communication with all parties involved. This not only saves you time but ensures that your property deal progresses smoothly.
Legal Expertise: Conveyancing involves a deep understanding of property laws and regulations. CD Conveyancing is well-versed in these aspects and can offer expert advice, ensuring your transaction complies with all legal requirements.
Communication: Here at CD Conveyancing, we maintain open and clear lines of communication with our clients, keeping them informed at every step of the process. This reduces stress and helps you stay in control of your property transaction.
Attention to Detail: CD Conveyancing pays meticulous attention to every detail of your transaction. We thoroughly review contracts, conduct property searches, and ensure that all necessary documentation is in order, minimizing the risk of issues arising later.
Negotiation Skills: CD Conveyancing can negotiate on your behalf, ensuring you get the best possible deal. Whether you’re buying or selling, our negotiation skills can potentially save you money or secure a better price.
Risk Mitigation: We are proactive in identifying and addressing potential issues or risks associated with a property. Our expertise helps you make informed decisions and avoid unpleasant surprises.
In summary, while it may be tempting to cut costs when it comes to conveyancing, investing in quality services is a smart choice. The benefits include peace of mind, error prevention, time savings, legal expertise, clear communication, attention to detail, effective negotiation, and risk mitigation. Ultimately, paying for quality conveyancing services can help ensure a smooth and successful property transaction.
What Our Customers Say
Catherine is the best of the best! So glad we had her in our in corner. Made the whole process of buying our first home such a positive experience. Highly recommend.
Catherine and Natalie combine expertise and service levels of the highest order with a friendly down to earth manner that make it easy to ask questions without embarrassment. Unlikely to be surpassed in excellence!
So impressed with our experience with Catherine and her team. Would highly recommend Catherine for all conveyancing needs.
I highly recommend Catherine Davies Conveyancing. From the first enuiry Catherine was prompt to reply, and was extremely professional and knowledgeable. She went above and beyond to assist us and I have no hesitation in making her my first call the next time I need a conveyancer.
Highly recommend Catherine Davies Conveyancing. Knowledgeable, professional and thorough. Catherine and Natalie are so good to deal with and always on top of the process.
Catherine and Natalie are professional and outstanding. I highly recommend them for buying and selling property. Don’t hesitate to use their impeccable services.
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What is conveyancing, and why is it important in a property transaction?
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property from one person to another. It involves a series of complex legal tasks that need to be correctly completed to ensure that the buyer becomes the legal owner of the property, free from any potential claims or disputes. These tasks include conducting necessary searches, preparing legal documents, handling the settlement process, and more.
Conveyancing is crucial in a property transaction because it ensures that your legal rights are protected and that all legal obligations are met. It gives you peace of mind knowing that the property you are buying or selling is legally yours to sell or becomes legally yours to own.
What does "settlement" mean?
The word “settlement” and “completion” mean the same thing in conveyancing – all funds have been received, the title of the property has been transfered and the matter is complete.
Should I opt for a "cooling off period"?
A cooling off period allows the purchaser time to obtain inspections, gain final loan approval and complete minor negotiations and they can end the contract at any time before the end of the cooling off period (although they will lose their 0.25% holding deposit). A seller is bound to the contract, and cannot end the contract during “the cool off”, but it does give their purchaser confidence to proceed inspections, etc.
However, every transaction is different so please contact us to discuss what suits you best in any circumstance.
What additional fees are there for selling a property?
Some of the fees to consider include:
- The Pexa Platform Fee. This is the fee now charged to “settle” (or complete) your matter electronically. NSW settlements are all moving to this platform and it will become compulsory to pay this fee.
- Additional legal fees. If your matter is not “standard” (for example, the other party delays, or you need to re-book your dates, etc), then an additional legal fee applies. We will always discuss this with you before it is charged.
- Trust Account Administration Fees. The use of our trust account incurs an administration fee.
All of these fees are broken down clearly and provided to you in our formal cost agreement. We recommend you read this document carefully.
What is stamp duty?
This is a tax you pay on the purchase of your property. First home buyers may be exempt or partially exempt, please call us to discuss what your tax obligations will be.