Our expert property lawyers complete over $1billion of real estate transactions each year.
We’re well accustomed to the fast-paced nature of Australia’s property market and can make sure that you’re in the best position to get your deal across the line.
Our team includes an Accredited Specialist in property law, and we can assist with residential, commercial, and industrial property transactions in New South Wales and Queensland.
- Quick turnaround times
- Competitive fixed fee pricing
- Market leading knowledge and expertise
Conveyancing for Buyers
Need a seasoned property law team to help you with your next property acquisition? Our property lawyers and conveyancers complete over $1billion of property transactions each year and are some of the most experienced property lawyers in the industry. To find out more about our process when conducting conveyancing for buyers, check out our guide to buying property by clicking here.
Our depth of knowledge gives our clients an unfair advantage by allowing us to provide them with detailed, thorough analysis on property transactions in a fraction of the time it takes other law firms. This means that you will have a competitive advantage in securing a property ahead of the competition, and you will rest assured knowing that you have received the highest quality advice. You can learn more about what we do when reviewing a contract for buyers by clicking here.
It’s unfortunately too often that we see an inexperienced lawyer or conveyancer get caught up on a small detail like the rate of penalty interest in a contract, while missing the bigger picture on important things like building approvals, insurance requirements, or tax obligations. As a starting point, we’ve prepared a short guide of things to check before buying a property.
Conveyancing for Sellers
When selling a property, it’s essential that your property lawyer has a strong understanding of market practices, so as to avoid sabotaging your transaction. Buyer’s need to be swiftly responded to in order to maintain momentum on the transaction, and it is important that you receive thorough but commercially minded advice in order to achieve the best result on your sale.
When selling your property, your legal team needs to take thorough instructions and order a variety of disclosure documents to attach to your contract so that it is legally binding, and so that you comply with your vendor disclosure obligations. For more information on what takes place during the sale process, read our guide which provides an overview of the process of selling a property.
We often come across incorrectly prepared contracts which leaves room for buyers to get out of a contract, and may even expose the vendor to a future lawsuit. The consequences of buyers getting out of a contract can be financially significant, and you can read more about the importance of hiring a good lawyer when selling a property by clicking here.
A poorly managed sale process, unfair contract terms, or the failure to properly explain things to buyers can give off the wrong impression and scare prospective purchasers out of bidding on your property. Deterring just one or two buyers can result in significantly less competition for your property which can end up costing you hundreds of thousands of dollars in your ultimate sale price.
Conveyancing for sellers should never be thought of as a box ticking exercise, and it is essential that you receive the best possible legal advice when selling a property in order to get the best result on your sale.
Costs are proportionate to the size of your transaction and the level of work involved. There are many factors that go into this, including the type of land you are buying (for example residential compared to commercial), and the size of the transaction (for example the costs associated with a $3m property will be different to a $30m property).
At Thornton + King we take pride in delivering exceptional value to our clients by providing a premium property law service at a competitive price.
Conveyancing is a complex process which involves numerous parties and requires specialised legal knowledge in countless areas of law, including property, contracts, taxation, litigation and dispute resolution, corporations, trusts, and often even family law and estate law.
The cost of property in Australia has been continuously rising, and so too has the cost of receiving the wrong advice. To receive anything other than the best possible legal advice on your conveyancing transaction, is a risk that you simply cannot afford.
Our lawyers have decades of experience transacting all types of property in New South Wales. Our team includes an Accredited Specialist in property law, and we are involved in thousands of property transactions each year. To work with one of the best property conveyancing teams in Australia, give us a call or submit an enquiry now.
What our clients say…
We found the company very efficient providing straight and efficient responces when required.
Professional, efficient and great communication.
Excellent support from Karun and his team (especially Alan). Knowledgeable team with only short waiting times to provide advice.
Very professional and thorough, with clear communication and attention to detail. Highly recommended.
Professional,timely help from both Vanessa and Andy ,make the project way easier for us !