Our team can act for you prior to contract and through to settlement.
We can offer you a complete service approach by giving you advice about the Contract before you sign it, liaising with your bank, witnessing your loan documents and lodging your application for most grants and stamp duty concessions, as we are an approved assessor.
- Our team is thorough in searching and consultation to identify problem issues.
- All matters are supervised directly by experienced solicitors
- We provide efficient and cost effective production of documents.
- There are no hidden fees, which mean there is no separate charging for each issue that might arise during the life of your matter unless the issue is complex. Even then, we will inform you of any cost increase in a timely manner.
- You are kept informed and updated every step of the way.
- A centralised conveyancing system means that all office personnel can usually assist you with standard enquiries when you call.
Masons Solicitors have experienced conveyancing solicitors to help with all stages of Queensland property transactions whether you are buying or selling a home, unit, vacant block, strata title, commercial real estate or rural property, including but not limited to:
- Legal advice in regard to real estate contract law,
- Drafting and reviewing contracts,
- Disclosure and Warning Statements,
- Auction contracts and “off-the-plan” purchases,
- Cost appraisal including stamp duty, and disbursements such as search and registration fees,
- Referral for independent advice regarding tax considerations and asset protection including capital gains tax,
- Sales or purchases by companies, self-managed superannuation funds, family and discretionary trusts and deceased estates,
- Property ownership options including joint tenants and tenants in common,
- The cooling off period and deposits,
- Commercial property including leases, Retirement Village purchases, leases and service contracts,
- Dispute resolution and litigation,
- Building contracts, owner builder issues and the Queensland Building Services Authority Act 1991,
- Liaison with financial institutions in relation to loans, mortgages and discharges of mortgages,
- Execution of contracts and settlement,
- Adjustments to the purchase price required by the contract for outgoings such as rates,
- Advice for first home buyers,
- Preparing and registering Powers of Attorney,
- Advice in regard to easements and covenants on title searches.