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At Baulkham Hills Conveyancing our Conveyancers are well experienced in all contract and property search enquiries requred to ensure we provide you a stress free conveyancing experience. All this coupled with fantastic customer service & affordable rates is a great bonus so you can focus on your dreams while we secure them for you.

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NSW Wide Conveyancing
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NSW Wide Conveyancing

Our Conveyancing Team

The Baulkham Hills Conveyancer Team specialises in Property Conveyancing with experience to cover you from start to finish.

We are highly skilled solicitors in conveyancing, property law and real estate, giving sound advice from a legal and commercial perspective. We guide, support and educate you about the process, so you are more informed and get the most successful from the start. We act quickly for our clients whether they are buying or selling the property.

We work as a team with your selling agent to achieve the best possible result for your sale or purchase.

Our team will explain every situation in plain English to help make the process as easy and hassle-free as possible along with our competitive and cost-effective fixed fees.

Buying or Selling property in NSW? You’ve come to the right place.

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We Do

but not limited to

  • iconOutstanding Building Searches
  • iconPre Purchase Contract Review
  • iconPest & Building Inspection
  • iconStrata Reports
  • iconHouse & Building Contracts
  • iconSplit Contracts
  • iconBuilding Certificates
  • iconStewart Title Boundary & Survey Issues Reporting

The Conveyancing Process

  • Step 1
    Unlimited review of contracts Unlimited review of contracts
  • Step 2
    advising you on the contract advising you on the contract
  • Step 3
    negotiate better terms with the vendors solicitor negotiate better terms with the vendors solicitor
  • Step 4
    liaising with finance broker liaising with finance broker
  • Step 5
    finalising unconditional finance approval finalising unconditional finance approval
  • Step 6
    exchange of contracts exchange of contracts
  • Step 7
    ordering all relevant searches ordering all relevant searches
  • Step 8
    attending to your first home buyer concession (if applicable) attending to your first home buyer concession (if applicable)
  • Step 9
    finalising your finance finalising your finance
  • Step 10
    attending your first home buyers grant (if applicable) attending your first home buyers grant (if applicable)
  • Step 11
    finalising settlement of property finalising settlement of property

Frequently Asked Questions

Buying or selling a home often requires a large amount of paperwork and familiarity with the legalities of property law and property transfer.

This is a lot to deal with, especially when you consider the effort required to find a suitable house to buy and the transition from one house to another. Moving can be stressful and confusing, especially if you’re moving somewhere far away.

This is why people frequently hire a conveyancing expert to assist them with the legal aspects of buying or selling a home.

Conveyancers have significant experience dealing with third parties such as banks and real estate agents. They can do this on your behalf, saving you a lot of time by representing you and negotiating on your behalf.

You can save time researching your legal requirements if you have someone who regularly goes through the processes by your side. This is extremely useful when going through a major transition, such as moving!

Disbursements are the costs and fees incurred by your conveyancer while buying or selling your home. All of those are costs and fees in addition to the usual service fee charged by conveyancers.

Disbursements cover a wide range of activity conducted by the conveyancer during the process. Among them are for example:

Registering your mortgage; Undertaking searches to obtain government and/or other public authority certificates (such as a title search and council certificates); and Administrative costs such as couriers and attendance at the settlement.
It is important to remember that selecting a conveyancer solely on their fee does not guarantee the best advice or service.

Throughout the process, your conveyancer’s responsibility is to ensure that you can sell or buy your property. This includes performing all necessary legal checks.

It’s also worth noting that the cost of your disbursements will differ depending on whether you’re the buyer or the seller.

It is your responsibility as a buyer to obtain all of the information you require in order to make an informed decision. Your decision may be impacted by issues such as council zoning, land and title searches.

Your conveyancer should be able to answer all of your questions about disbursements and keep you up to date on any changes to the process as they happen.

It is possible to transfer property titles between family members, but it should be done with caution.

Property owners transfer their properties for a variety of reasons, but the following are among the most common:

– tax planning
– helping a family member to get a foothold in the property market
– Assuring early inheritance
– asset protection

Gifting is a popular method of transfer, but it is also feasible to sell a property to a family member. If a property is jointly owned, the ownership split can be changed. Fees apply to such transfers or mortgage changes.

Different tax considerations apply depending on where the property is located, whether it is residential or commercial property, and how many properties the involved parties own.

Since each case is unique, those considering transferring a property should seek legal advice. Some people will end up paying more tax, such as capital gains, while others will pay less. It all depends on the unique circumstances of the individuals on both sides of the transaction.

Before transferring the property, you need to consider the following:

Tax liabilities and Benefits
Estate Planning
Capital Gains Tax
Asset Protection
Retirement Plans

Those transferring property should also be conscious of their state or territory’s anti-avoidance laws.

When someone is sued and transfers the family home into the name of the spouse, there are what are known as claw back provisions, or anti-avoidance measures, where people can say you’re disposing of your assets so you don’t have to pay out on a lawsuit and challenge it. 

Therefore, careful legal planning must be engaged to ensure the law is correctly followed. 

Finding the ideal block of land can be difficult. There are numerous factors to consider before making a purchase. When looking for land, there are some general rules to be aware of;

Consider environmental factors in the area
Before making a purchase, consider the location’s geography, relative elevation above sea level, as well as nearby drainage areas. Determine whether flooding is a frequent problem or whether the area has a high Bush Fire Attack Level (BAL) for example. 

Look for a place to live that isn’t just in the CBD. 
We all want to be close to work, restaurants, events, shopping centres, and other amenities, but living in or near the CBD can be unrealistic — especially in Sydney. Consider quieter neighbourhoods further out from the CBD, where larger blocks of land are available at a lower cost.

First, get a home loan pre-approval. Pre-approval tells you how much you can borrow from the bank and gives you the confidence to commence te buyer research. When the time comes, you’ll have a budget and the means to make a purchase.

Take into account where your house will be located on the street. No one really wants their neighbours to be able to look in through their windows. Examine the land and consider the home designs you’ve been considering — will the design fit within the constraints of the land? 

Get some sound advice. Before building or purchasing, the right sales consultant should have extensive local knowledge and will be able to walk you through all of the local planning prerequisites. For example, you don’t want to buy a block only to discover it’s unsuitable for construction.

There are some steps to follow to buy a block of land;

Sale Contract

The sales contract will outline the terms and conditions of the sale including how the price offered and what the settlement period is. The offer will either be conditional or unconditional.

Exchange contracts

When the price and conditions are set between the parties, you can then execute the sale contract.


Your deposit will be held in a trust account and can’t be accessed by the developer / seller until the sale has been settled.

Settlement Solicitor

You ill need to engage settlement solicitor who will handle the paperwork for your purchase. You will need to clarify the terms of the sale with the seller, as and the solicitor.

Finalise Loan

Your will need to finalise the mortgage documents and our lender or broker will then help with the process.

Execute Land Transfer Documents

Once the contract is exchanged, you then sign a land transfer document, which is registered with the land titles office by the owners or developer for the property to be transferred to your name.

Time to register the land

This will be the official record of your newly found ownership of the land. When the settlement takes place and your purchase is registered, your mortgage finally activates and the land will now be yours.

Worried about the transferring of property after separating? We are here to help you!

Sharing properties and going through obligations and debts can be difficult.

The process may also be emotional. Each land settlement scenario is particular and requires dedicated people with a deep understanding of the law to ensure that you achieve the entitlements you deserve. With the aid of Baulkham Hills Conveyancing, you will be able to manage the complexities of property settlement and treat your case with dignity and expediency.

Why Choose Baulkham Hills Conveyancing?

  • Fast & Effective Service
  • Fully Licensed Conveyancers
  • Fixed Pricing
  • Helpful Client Liaison
  • NSW Wide Service
  • Professional & Excellent Service

Jacob Bozdas – Principal Solictor

Jacob Bozdas is the principal solicitor and property and commercial law specialist at Baulkham Hills Conveyancing, Since his admission as a solicitor, he has worked in large mid-tier law firms based in the sydney CBD and Western Sydney and has managed a broad range of commercial law matters including the sale and purchase of a business and commercial property.

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