45 Cameron Street, Launceston Tasmania

Phone: (03) 6332 9353

Conveyancing

In addition to preparing contracts and attending to the transfer of real estate, we can also help you with all aspects of your conveyancing transaction such as attending to all relevant searches, getting your first home owner grant (if eligible), dealing with banks and solicitors, to complete your sale or purchase, attending to stamping and registration of documents at the Land Titles Office.

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Buying Tasmanian Property – Should you arrange a Boundary Survey?Posted on 16 April 2016

We are often asked by purchasers whether or not they should arrange for the boundaries to the property that they are purchasing to be checked by a surveyor. Arranging for a professional surveyor to...

Tasmanian Property - Conveyancing Jargon ExplainedPosted on 10 April 2016

Whilst we try and avoid jargon, there are a number of common words and phrases that you will come across when looking at buying or selling property. This article provides a simple explanation of what...

Tasmanian Mortgages - To discharge or not discharge your Mortgage?Posted on 2 April 2016

So you have been very good with your money and paid off your mortgage, what should you do now? It is a common misconception that once you have paid off your mortgage your Bank will automatically...

Conveyancing In Tasmania FAQPosted on 30 January 2016

What is Conveyancing? Conveyancing is the process involved in the transfer of the legal title to real estate between two parties. What is Settlement? Settlement is the day on which the...

Conveyancing in Tasmania - Tips and TrapsPosted on 24 October 2015

Conveyancing is the process of transferring legal title or ownership over a property from one person to another to ensure that the buyer of a property gets ‘good title’. Buying a property...

Tasmanian Conveyancing QuotePosted on 11 September 2015

Cormiston Legal is a Tasmanian Law Firm that provides conveyancing services in Hobart, Launceston and all other areas in Tasmania. Our conveyancing team focuses on providing quality services at a...

Tasmanian Mortgages ExplainedPosted on 21 August 2015

If you are looking at entering into the home ownership market, chances are you will need help from a bank to help fund the purchase of your first house. Whilst banks and other financial institutions...

Conveyancing Quotes for Buying or Selling your Tasmanian PropertyPosted on 31 July 2015

Whether you are buying, selling, refinancing or transferring your Tasmanian property, Cormiston Legal will happily provide a personalised quote for your conveyancing needs. Cormiston Legal...

Conveyancing in Tasmania - Pre-Settlement Inspections ExplainedPosted on 22 April 2015

A purchaser is entitled to carry out a pre-settlement or final inspection of the property before the purchase price is paid and you take occupation of the property. This gives you one last...

Conveyancing in Tasmania - Searches ExplainedPosted on 18 April 2015

When a contract becomes unconditional (meaning that clauses such as finance and building inspection have been confirmed) a range of searches need to be carried out to give you information relating to...

Buying a property with others - Joint tenancies & tenancy in common explainedPosted on 10 April 2015

When buying property with another person it is important to understand the difference between joint tenancy and tenancy in common to avoid unforseen issues and costs.  The legal manner in...

DIY Conveyancing – Is it worth it?Posted on 22 March 2015

It might be tempting to carry out your own conveyancing to save costs, however taking this short cut can easily come back to haunt you. Cost cutting when making a significant investment is not a...

Conveyancing Tasmania - AuctionsPosted on 13 March 2015

A property owner may decide to Auction their property for a number of reasons.  It may be because the market is booming and they feel that they will get the best price for their property at...

Step by Step Guide to Conveyancing in TasmaniaPosted on 5 October 2014

Obtaining financial approval If you have found a house or a block of land that you would like to purchase, you will need to ensure that you have the money required to purchase the land. If you don't...

First Home Builders Boost UpdatePosted on 19 August 2014

Recent changes to the First Home Builders Boost have been announced by the Tasmanian Government. The First Home Builders Boost grant will continue at a reduced rate of $20,000 from 1 July 2015...

Conveyancing Tasmania - Frequently Asked QuestionsPosted on 9 August 2014

What is Conveyancing? Conveyancing is the process involved in the transfer of the legal title to real estate between two parties. Usually, your conveyance will start from the time you enter into your...

First Home Owner Grant Changes from 1 July 2014Posted on 28 June 2014

From 1 July 2014, contracts for the purchase of established properties signed on or after 1 July 2014 will not be eligible for the $7,000 Tasmanian First Home Owner Grant. First home owners who have...

Stamp Duty ExplainedPosted on 20 May 2014

When purchasing real estate, in addition to professional fees and disbursements, a purchaser must pay the state government tax commonly known as stamp duty. Stamp duty is state based with no two...

Costs associated with ConveyancingPosted on 20 May 2014

The amount you pay for professional services for us acting on your behalf in your conveyancing transaction will vary depending on the complexity of your transaction. We consider our costs to...

Conveyancing with Cormiston Legal, LauncestonPosted on 20 May 2014

Buying or selling property can be a stressful time as it involves having to make important decisions, often with a significant financial commitment.Launceston's Cormiston Legal...

The Meaning of ConveyancingPosted on 20 May 2014

What is Conveyancing?  Conveyancing is the process of transferring the legal ownership of real estate from one person to another. Some of the tasks involved in Conveyancing are as follows: ...

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