Whether you're buying or selling property in Cheltenham, Just Conveyancing is your most trusted and experienced partner.
With over 40+ years experience we have all the knowledge so you can have the confidence needed when going through the conveyancing process.
We provide a dedicated 'value for money' service with no hidden fees.
Pre Contract Reviews
We review your contract of sale and pre-empt any issues well in advance. Just Conveyancing ensures a 'no risk' approach.
Premier conveyancing services for all property transactions
Proudly servicing the CBD and all of Victoria for over 40 + years.
You know you can trust us with low fees and highquality service that has proven the test of time.
Just Conveyancing is just that… we live and breathe conveyancing and dedicated client management. Our clients can be assured they always deal with experienced and dedicated staff that really care.
Start with a free pre-contract review and leave the rest to us!
Why us ?Just Conveyancing
More than just conveyancing, Just Conveyancing is the first, foremost and most trusted specialist for a range of property, estate and financial transactions. Launched in 1978 as an real alternative to traditional solicitors’ services, Just Conveyancing continues to lead the way with a unique high-quality, low-cost conveyancing option for Victorian families.
We will help you every step of the way
Most frequent questions and answers
In law, conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of real property from one person to another, or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or a lien. A typical conveyancing transaction has two major phases: the exchange of contracts and completion.
A conveyancer is a licensed professional who specialises in providing advice and information about the sale of a property. Conveyancers don’t necessarily have to be solicitors but they often undertake this work.
A conveyancer is someone licensed specifically to handle title transfer, but without being a fully qualified lawyer. Their expertise is focused around the process of buying and selling a house and is therefore widely viewed as a better value for money solution to using solicitors. A solicitor may be able to provide more general property advice, tax and other broader issues.
- Receive instructions, review and prepare legal documents for a purchase or sale.
- Work with you to provide legal advice with the oversight of a solicitor as needed
- Arrange and finalise financial adjustments
- Transfer of property ownership
- Arrange, attend and transact the final settlement.
Generally, the fee amounts are provided up front. An estimated value is provided to the client and deducted on settlement day. These fees are clearly itemised.
A conveyancer’s fees for selling a house can be anywhere from $500 to $2000 depending on the particulars and complexity of your sale.