From $3995



Save On Commission has a special arrangement with Asset Conveyancing which enables us to offer a fixed fee of only $605 incl GST plus disbursements at cost for vendor conveyancing in all Australian states.

Asset Conveyancing 

Asset Conveyancing provides conveyancing services Australia wide, with a team of registered conveyancers and associates with over 35 years of experience.

They have brought together a team of professionals with a wealth of experience enabling them to handle all property transactions to the benefit of their clients.

They deliver a prompt and personalised service for all transactions, keeping your property sale as smooth and stress free as it can be.

It is important that you make the right choice in who will represent you, to protect your Asset and make sure that your interests come first and foremost.

Asset Conveyancing understands that selling a residential property is a big decision and a significant matter for most people. 

Asset Conveyancing includes:

  • All work associated with selling your property (with the exception of any legal disputes that may arise)
  • Liaising with your Agent, Financier and the Buyer’s Solicitor
  • Preparation of Contract of Sale after obtaining all required searches
  • Advice on your rights or obligations in the sale
  • Resolution of any pre-settlement issues
  • Attending settlement on your behalf
  • Calculating all settlement adjustments and distributing your settlement proceeds
  • Preparation and lodgement of documents with the relevant authorities
  • Keeping you informed throughout the duration of the process 
  • one on one direct contact with the conveyancer who looks after your file

Conveyancing FAQs

Below, some frequently asked questions about conveyancing. 

Q: What is conveyancing?

A: Put simply, conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the title of a property from one person to another.

Q: Why should I use a conveyancer?

A: Due to the financial and legal aspects of transferring property, the consequences of making a mistake can be both costly and heartbreaking.

By having a licensed or registered conveyancer take care of your property transfer, their qualifications and experience can help protect your assets.

A licensed or registered Conveyancer is tertiary qualified and has an in-depth understanding of the law concerning property transactions, is required by law to carry professional indemnity insurance and fidelity insurance, and can focus solely on property transactions instead of other legal matters.

Q: What is the cooling off period and how does it affect me?

A: In some States, there is a legislative right for a purchaser to “cool off” or cancel the Contract within a certain time  after the agreement has been made. It offers some protection to purchasers who may have rushed into a contract to purchase property or simply change their mind. There are rules of course and there are some exceptions where the cooling off period does not apply.

Please note: As legislation regarding the right to “cool off” varies from State to State, if you are not sure which rules apply to your sale, enquiries should be made with Asset Conveyancing.

Q: What is a disbursement?

A: A disbursement is one of the expenses incurred during the process of searching titles, plans, or certificates from government authorities or local councils etc.

Q: What happens if either party cannot settle on the due date?

A: Most Contracts make settlement “time of the essence”.

Care should be taken before signing any Contract and the dates for settlement should be strictly adhered to at all times. The purchaser, in extreme cases, has the right to terminate the contract and is eligible to receive their deposit back. The vendor, if a purchaser fails to complete, may terminate the contract, keep the deposit, and legally place the property back on the market to sell. 

Q: What happens at settlement time?

A: Settlement is the finalisation of the sale process. There are usually four parties involved – the buyer and sellers’ conveyancers and the banks for the vendor and purchaser.

On settlement, the purchaser’s bank will exchange cheques as per the instructions of the purchaser’s conveyancer and in return, receive the Certificate of Title and ‘discharge of mortgage’ (if applicable) from the seller’s bank.

Q: Who notifies the authorities regarding the sale of a property?

A: After settlement, the conveyancers will notify the Council, Water authority and the Strata or Community Corporation (if applicable) of the new purchase.

 By special arrangement only with Save On Commission - Vendor Conveyancing - Fixed Fee  $605 All States

Dynamic and professional, you can be confident that your conveyancing needs are in the best hands with Asset.