Property Law Advice and Conveyancing Buying a Property Buying a property be it a new farming property or a first home is a big deal.
Our role as with everything we do, is to protect your interests.
Because the law in Queensland requires you to sign a contract when you make an offer, we strongly encourage you to get the agent to send us a copy of the contract, before you sign it.
It sounds obvious, I know, but it is so much easier to negotiate on any conditions in the contract that you want to change, before you have signed it.
You see, it is all about protecting you and sometimes it can be easy to get caught up in the emotion and it can give you great peace of mind knowing that your lawyer is making sure that the contract you are about to sign is in accordance with what you thought you were buying.
Selling a Property Selling a property will require that a draft contract is prepared prior to sale.
Just as for a purchaser, the time to think about special conditions and the like is now, before a buyer has signed it.
It can be hard to add them later and could well impact on the negotiations, not in your favour.
Wright Clarke Solicitors can help Conveyancing of property is often promoted as being incredibly simple.
It is not.
The simple fact is, that you are often dealing with large amounts of money in a contract.
Money that you have worked incredibly hard to accumulate and you want to get it right.
You need to ensure that the contract and all of the prior and subsequent dealings in connection with that contract have as their sole focus to protect the interests of you and your family.
Wright Clarke Solicitors will make sure that you and your family’s interests are protected.