Conveyancing is the process of buying or selling real estate, most commonly in the form of a residential house or unit.

Whether you are looking to buy your first home, downsize, or invest in the property market, you will more than likely require the services of a conveyancer and our experienced property team at Farrar Gesini Dunn are here to help.

Our aim is to guide our clients through the sometimes complex and daunting experience that comes with buying or selling your home. Our property team set out to provide our clients with an experience that is both stress-free and as straight forward as possible, while ensuring our client’s rights and interests are protected at all times.

Our property team can assist with NSW, VIC and ACT property transactions, including:

  • Residential Houses
  • Residential Units & Townhouses
  • Rural properties
  • Off-the-Plan properties
  • Vacant Land
  • Commercial properties
  • Related party transfers
  • Residential premises within a Retirement Village
Conveyancing Services

Buying your first home can sometimes be a complex and daunting process. Our property team at FGD can guide you through all the steps to securing your first home in the ACT and NSW, while ensuring a stress-free and rewarding experience for you at all times.

Looking to purchase your dream home, invest in the property market, or downsize now that your kids have finally flown the coop? Our experienced property team at FGD are here to help you navigate your way through the process of buying your new home.

When it comes to selling your property, it is prudent that you have the help of an experienced legal team who can put your rights and interests at the forefront, while being able to provide a positive experience for all involved.

Buying a property off-the-plan is when you enter into a Contract to purchase property before the building is complete – and in some cases, before construction even begins.

A Section 17 Certificate is a certificate which waives the Buyer’s right to the Cooling-Off Period. It is signed by a solicitor after they have provided advice to the Buyer on the nature of the certificate.

Whether you are buying or selling a home in the ACT and/or NSW, it is essential that you understand the different methods of sale.

There are two types of property co-ownership: joint tenancy and tenancy in common. Both have distinctive legal and financial implications on your rights as the registered proprietors of the property.

Prior to settlement occurring, adjustments for Land Charges on the property are made between the Seller and the Buyer. ‘Land Charges’ refer to rates, land rent, land tax, water charges, body corporate levies and other government or statutory charges in respect of the property.

With the Australian property market's escalating value and its rising appeal on the global stage, it is becoming crucial for prospective investors to understand the regulatory landscape surrounding foreign property investment.

When it comes to legal matters related to property transactions, buyers and sellers often encounter two key professionals: lawyers and conveyancers. While both play crucial roles in ensuring a smooth transfer of property ownership, it is important to understand their unique specialties and how they differ.

Whether you are buying an established home, off-the-plan, unit or vacant land, whether you are buying or selling an investment property, whether it is your first home, our dedicated and experienced property lawyer and conveyancer will provide you legal advice tailored to your individual needs and circumstances to ensure a smooth transaction and keep you informed every step of the way.