Property Law & Conveyancing
Whether it is your own home, business premises or an investment, property is one of the most important and expensive investments you will make in your lifetime.
So how can you ensure that your purchase, or sale, of a property runs smoothly?
Firstly, you need to know that you have all of the information you need to make the right decisions. You need up to date advice and strong representation from an expert. You need a professional on your side who understands the property market, the law, the potential traps and pitfalls that can arise, and how to negotiate effectively on your behalf.
You need someone who will make sure your rights are protected. At Lamrocks, we have a team of dedicated property experts, led by a NSW Law Society Accredited Specialist in Property Law, who understand the law in relation to buying and selling a property and know how to look after your interests.
Why Should You Choose Lamrocks?
· Expert advice in easy to understand, plain English
Our property team is led by an Accredited Specialist in Property Law. We know the law and we know how it applies to your situation, and we make sure you understand your rights and obligations.
· Fixed fee pricing that’s ‘all-inclusive’
At Lamrocks, our fees are fixed and, more importantly, they are ‘all inclusive’ – which means they include all of those extras such as property searches and pest and building reports.
· Fast turnaround times
In the property market, things can often move quickly. We understand the importance of a fast turnaround time, meeting all of the relevant deadlines in the sale or purchase of property, and responding to your calls as quickly as possible.
· Friendly, professional service
Our property team is approachable, and available to meet with you when you need help. All of our clients are important to us and our reputation has been built on the service we provide.
The Lamrocks Property Team can help you with:
Buying a property
Including all of the relevant enquiries and reports, negotiation of the contract, liaison with your lender and the other party's solicitors, attending settlement.
Selling a property
Including preparation of the Contract, liaison with your agent and the purchaser's solicitors, and exchanging contracts.
Including preparation and negotiation of lease agreements for commercial and residential properties, advice concerning your rights and obligations as a landlord or tenant and resolving potential disputes.
Liaison with councils and relevant authorities, preparation of contracts, negotiation with prospective purchasers and fast settlement.