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What is Conveyancing?
The branch of law concerned with the preparation of documents for the transferring of property.
Why should I use a Law Firm for my Conveyance? ?
The Purchase or Sale of a property is one of the biggest financial transactions in your lifetime, there is complexity and skilled required to ensure that your rights are protected.
Is Online Conveyancing Centre a Law Firm??
Yes, we are a law firm with over 40 years of experience and knowledge to ensure that your are protected during the conveyancing process. Our Law Firm has been engaged in over 750,000 property transactions Australia Wide
How do I instruct Online Conveyancing Centre?
Give our office a call or simply register online and notify your property agent that we are your solicitors.
Do the online services cost me extra??
No, our online tools are FREE as an added bonus to using Online Conveyancing Centre.
How are your fees so well priced?
We have spent many hours optimising the workflow in our processing centre to provide the perfect balance of price and service delivery. Normally you peanuts you get a monkey in conveyancing but with Onlince Conveyancing Centre you receive optimum services at the best possible price.
Do you assist in a Transfer of Title?
We do all types of Conveyancing, from the most basic to high end developer transactions. If in doubt, simply give our team a call.
What is PEXA and does it affect me?
PEXA, also known as Property Exchange Australia is a revolutionary system on a secure platform that allows Australian banks, conveyancers and government departments to transact together, online. You can find out more via the PEXA website:
What is Stamp Duty?
Put simply, stamp duty is a tax imposed on your property transaction. There are centain concessions available to reduce or avoid your stamp duty on your property transaction depending on your situation. If you want to know more, contact our office and we will be more than happy to help.
Why are the Conveyancing Costs for Buying different to Selling?
As a Buyer in Queensland your part of the transaction is far more involved in than that of a Seller. The reason for this is mostly due to the buyer requirements to satisfy conditions and perform relevant and appropriate property searches on the property.
What happens when something goes wrong?
As a Law Firm our Solicitors well experienced in property and able to act immediately to protect your interests and advise the best course of action appropriate to the situation at hand. You can always depend on the team at Online Conveyancing Centre.

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