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Your Trusted Conveyancer on the Gold Coast

Gold Coast Conveyancing is our specialty. We don’t just handle your contract; we personally guide you from start to finish, ensuring you a successful outcome every time.

We believe in getting things done promptly. Our team of Gold Coast Conveyancers and Property Lawyers are known for their responsiveness and reliability. We’re not just here to manage the contract – you will need us to review a contract before signing, set up your contract and transferring titles when names and ownership change. Need to reach us? You’ll have easy access to our team via phone, virtual consultations or even a drop-in visit – we’re not your typical faceless lawyers!

So, whether you’re buying or selling a house or commercial property, remember Arcuri Turnbull Law for all your Residential Conveyancing, Commercial Conveyancing, or Business Purchase and Sales needs.

Give us a call on 07 5526 0499 to learn more or book a free consultation today to get started!

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What is Conveyancing, Anyway?

When buying or selling a property you need a Gold Coast Conveyancer you can trust. Conveyancing is the legal transfer of property from one owner to the other. Whether it’s your first home, the purchase of an apartment, or commercial property we have managed thousands of property transactions.

Conveyancing can seem like a maze of paperwork, negotiations and weighty financial implications.

But fear not! When you choose Arcuri Turnbull Law as your Gold Coast Conveyancers, we bring peace of mind, clarity and confidence to the table. You’ll enjoy a smooth ride that saves you time, money and stress.

Our experienced team can find solutions to minor hitches and when complex situations arise, such as:

  • Problems with Selling a Property
  • Purchaser doesn’t pay the deposit on time
  • The bank isn’t ready to settle on time
  • The purchaser isn’t ready to settle on time
  • Purchaser refuses to settle
  • Problems with buying a property
  • Unable to obtain finance or need finance extension
    getting the loan
  • Processed by the date of settlement
    condition of property

When you work with us, you’ll have access to our awesome team of advisors who will be by your side, every step of the way.

Our Gold Coast Conveyancing Specialists

Why Choose Us

You will never be just another settlement to us. Your individual legal needs are our top priority.

We don’t believe in conveyer belt Conveyancing. Instead, we support you before signing a contract with a free Contract of Sale review and meticulously manage your file until completion. We speak to you ahead of time and we work with you to ensure your variables are not barriers to settlement.

We’ll dive into your unique circumstances, considering both the big picture and the smallest details. Your goals are our goals.

Navigating the property market can be stressful enough without the added uncertainty of fluctuating legal fees. That’s why we offer fixed pricing on almost all of our conveyancing services. With us, you will know the full cost upfront, allowing you to budget effectively without any surprises. Our transparent pricing model ensures that you receive exceptional service at a predictable cost, giving you peace of mind as you move towards closing your property deal.

In the fast-evolving property market, staying ahead with technology is key to a smooth transaction. As a PEXA certified conveyancer, we are equipped to handle your property transfers digitally from start to finish. This certification means we can offer you quicker, safer, and more efficient settlements through the PEXA platform, reducing the risk of delays and errors. We’ll ensure a modern conveyancing experience that leverages cutting-edge technology to secure your property transactions.

Experience matters in conveyancing. Having successfully served hundreds of clients, we bring a wealth of knowledge and a proven track record to your property transaction. Each client’s success story has honed our expertise, enabling us to navigate even the most complex property issues with precision. Our extensive client base is a testament to our reliability and the trust we have built in the community.

In property conveyancing, every detail counts. Our meticulous attention to detail ensures that every aspect of your property transaction is carefully managed to avoid any potential legal pitfalls. We pride ourselves on our rigorous approach to document review, contract accuracy, and compliance checks. This thoroughness not only protects your interests but also provides a seamless and error-free conveyancing process. Choose us for peace of mind, knowing that nothing will be overlooked in your property dealings.

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What do you provide as a part of your conveyancing service?

Our conveyancing service is designed to offer comprehensive support throughout the buying or selling process, ensuring a seamless and stress-free experience for our clients. Here’s what we provide as part of our conveyancing services:

Each contract is meticulously examined to identify and explain relevant terms, conditions, and potential legal implications, ensuring you fully understand your commitments.

Our team offers expert legal advice tailored to your specific situation. We’ll guide you through property laws, regulations, and your rights and responsibilities, allowing you to make informed decisions.

We conduct thorough searches and due diligence checks on the property, including title searches, planning restrictions, and any encumbrances that may affect your use or ownership.

Count on us for expert legal advice regarding your eligibility for a stamp duty concession. If you qualify, we’ll handle the drafting of your first home transfer duty concession forms. As self-assessed stamp duty specialists, we’ll assess your concession in-house, ensuring a smooth and efficient process for you.

Acting as your liaison, we ensure smooth communication with all parties involved in the transaction, including real estate agents, lenders, and other solicitors, to ensure a coordinated and smooth process.

We prepare, review, and lodge all necessary legal documents, including transfer documents and stamp duty applications, to meet strict legal requirements.

The financial aspects of the transaction, including the adjustment of rates and taxes, are coordinated by our team guaranteeing that all financial obligations are met for a successful settlement.

We think of ourselves as your support crew for life so after settlement, we assist with legal questions and can also update your Will or other Estate documentation to ensure peace of mind.

Our Conveyancing Specialities

Purchasing a property marks a significant milestone. At Arcuri Turnbull Law, our dedicated conveyancing team streamlines this important transition. Our team offers clear, professional guidance from the initial contract review to the final settlement, ensuring every legal detail is thoroughly managed. We’ll highlight any special conditions, zoning issues, or encumbrances that could impact the use of the property. Our team advises on deposit arrangements, stamp duty obligations, and coordinates with financial institutions to ensure funding is in place for settlement.

For sellers, our focus is on ensuring a precise and protective contract that safeguard your interests from the outset. We provide essential advice on contract preparations, legal responsibilities, and the negotiation of sale terms. Our approach is to make the selling process transparent, efficient, and as stress free as possible. With Arcuri Turnbull Law, you can sell your property with confidence, knowing every detail of your sale is expertly managed.

Our residential conveyancing specialists are not just legal experts, they are here to take the stress out of buying, selling and transferring your home. We aim for a seamless transaction, whether you’re stepping into your dream home or moving on to new beginnings, providing support and guidance every step of the way.

Our commercial conveyancing service focuses on the specifics of commercial sales, leases, and purchases, ensuring every contract meets your business needs. We manage all the legal intricacies, enabling you to focus on what matters most – running your business. 

When it comes to Buying or Selling a Business, you don’t want to take unnecessary risks, inherit the previous owner’s debts or be unclear about ownership of equipment or the business name. You deserve a smooth transition when stepping into new ventures or bidding farewell to old ones. Our expert team ensures every aspect of the transaction is reviewed, from due diligence to finalising the transfer, providing peace of mind and securing your investment for the future.

Transferring property between related parties, such as adding a spouse to the title, parents gifting property to their children, or part tenancy transfers, requires careful legal navigation. Our service provides clear guidance on stamp duty exemptions, registration costs, and necessary steps for informed decision-making. For transactions requiring stamp duty, we facilitate complimentary property valuations through trusted real estate agents. We ensure your property transfer is handled with care, precision, and full compliance with legal requirements.

If your name has changed from a maiden to a married name or vice versa, it’s important to register this on your property title. We’ll ensure all relevant documents are updated and legally compliant.

Conveyancing FAQs

The conveyancing process in Queensland involves several key steps:

  1. Instruction and Initial Checks: Upon being instructed, your conveyancer or solicitor will conduct initial checks, verify your identity, and prepare for the necessary legal and administrative tasks.
  2. Contract Review and Adjustments: The conveyancer reviews the contract of sale, and the property disclosure statements, and negotiates terms as necessary. They will also ensure that special conditions are met.
  3. Searches: Various searches are carried out, such as title searches, local government searches, and environmental searches, to identify any legal issues or encumbrances associated with the property.
  4. Financial Arrangements: If purchasing with a mortgage, the conveyancer will coordinate with your lender to ensure all mortgage documentation is in order and conditions are met.
  5. Exchange of Contracts: Known as “contract signing” in Queensland. Both parties sign the contract, and the buyer typically pays a deposit.
  6. Settlement Preparation: The conveyancer prepares for settlement, including calculating adjustments for rates and taxes, and ensuring all financial arrangements are ready.
  7. Settlement: The conveyancer attends the settlement meeting where documents and funds are exchanged. They ensure that the property is transferred to the buyer’s name.
  8. Post-Settlement: After settlement, your conveyancer will ensure that the transfer is registered with the Land Registry and that any Stamp Duty is paid.

The conveyancing process typically takes about 4 to 6 weeks from the date the contract is signed to the completion of settlement. This timeframe can vary depending on factors such as the efficiency of parties involved, financial arrangements, and whether there are any disputes or unusual circumstances.

To commence the conveyancing process, you will generally need to provide:

  • Proof of Identity: Government-issued ID like a passport or driver’s license to meet legal verification requirements.
  • Contract of Sale: The signed contract of sale which outlines the terms and conditions of the property transaction.
  • Financial Details: If obtaining a mortgage, details of the mortgage agreement and lender information.
  • Other Relevant Documents: Any additional documents relevant to the property, such as prior sale contracts or planning permissions.

Before forwarding the building and pest report to your Arcuri Turnbull Law conveyancer for either rectifications or a reduction in purchase price, please include a further explanation or instructions surrounding negotiations with the building and pest condition. These need to be itemised and written instructions forwarded along with the report before we can make any requests.  The seller can either deny the request, negotiate further or agree to the request.

ate payment of deposits to stakeholders (especially the balance deposit) means the Buyer will be in default of the contract if the deposit is not paid on the date shown in the reference schedule.  Evidence of an electronic transaction can be provided to the deposit holder and this is taken as being received on the due date.

We recommend that you advise the Agent of our contact details now so that our details can be inserted into the Contract once you have verbally accepted an offer. If you are unsure of the terms of the Contract and would like our office to review the Contract, please ask the Agent to email the Contract to us prior to signing. Once the terms have been agreed upon and a Contract has been signed by both parties, the Agent will send our office a copy of the Contract and we will open a file and email you our initial information pack.

As settlements nowadays are conducted electronically (via the PEXA platform), your sale and purchase settlements can be “linked” making it is a seamless process to utilise any surplus funds from your sale towards your purchase settlement, payout any existing mortgage/s on the property you are selling, and for your financier to advance any additional funds required for your purchase, allowing for both transactions to occur “simultaneously” and for you to be able to move into your new property on the day of settlement, once settlement has been effected.

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