RACV + Conveyancing.com.au

A partnership built just for RACV Members, Conveyancing.com.au helps take the stress out of buying and selling property

  • About Conveyancing.com.au

    Conveyancing plays a crucial role in the process of buying or selling a home, so RACV has partnered with Conveyancing.com.au to ensure that Members are well supported and that their are interests looked after throughout the settlement process.

    As a conveyancing law firm, Conveyancing.com.au has helped thousands of Australians buy and sell property. They help to make your buying or selling journey as easy as possible, and their team will guide you through the process, organise legal documents, prepare and review contracts, liaise with third parties and everything in between so you can settle with confidence. Their services include:

    • Contract drafting and reviews
    • Conveyancing for buyers
    • Conveyancing for sellers
  • Offer for RACV Members

    Save $100 and take the stress out of your property transaction with Conveyancing.com.au.

    Simply enter your RACV Membership details when booking a conveyancing service online.

    Available to RACV Members. Online bookings only. 

    * Terms and conditions apply.

Terms and conditions

* The offer is redeemable for conveyancing services related to selling or buying a residential property. It is not redeemable for contract reviews. The offer is redeemable once per conveyancing service and cannot be combined with any other discount. Offer cannot be transferred or redeemed on behalf of any other person. Available to current RACV Members. Online bookings only. 

What does Conveyancing.com.au do?

  • Backed by lawyers

    As a fully registered law firm, Conveyancing.com.au specialises in conveyancing, so you can rest assured you’ll be in good hands throughout your property journey.

  • Open and transparent

    Avoid nasty surprises. Conveyancing.com.au will chat with you about any associated fees at the start and will keep you informed throughout the entire conveyancing process.

  • Simplicity and understanding

    Buying or selling a property can be confusing. Conveyancing.com.au’s lawyers read the fine print and help you to understand it.

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Frequently asked questions about Conveyancing.com.au

What is conveyancing?

Conveyancing refers to everything that needs to be checked, searched, signed, and certified to make you the new legal owner of a property or land. A conveyancer will handle all the legal complexities and paperwork for you, and it also means you’re in good hands if things get complicated. They navigate local councils, zoning issues, sewage diagrams and more. They make sure things like outstanding debt aren’t passed on to you and that there’s no major construction being planned near the property or land.

How long does the conveyancing process take?

It all depends on the type of property transaction and any pre-existing property conditions. The average time it takes for a conveyance can range between 6-8 weeks.

Tasks like the mortgage application, land surveying, and property searches can delay the process. Pre-existing legal issues with the property title can also add major delays to your property transaction.

How are conveyancing costs estimated?

Not every property is the same which means different paperwork, councils and searches are required. This results in a varied cost. The other expense is the lawyer and paralegal’s time. At Conveyancing.com.au this fee is fixed for a standard residential conveyance.

What are searches?

Searches are files and information gathered from local councils and other authorities which tell you what you need to know about a property or land. These searches reduce risk when making a purchase by uncovering any existing debts, if the property is heritage listed, if the title deed is lawful and correct. Searches also allow for the discovery of limits to what you can and can’t do with the property.

When should I contact a conveyancer?

For any property transaction, the sooner the better. Conveyancers will provide valuable advice that can benefit you further down the track. An early analysis of property documentation can identify any potential risks and help speed up the process.

Do I need a conveyancer?

Put simply, it’s a necessary part of buying and selling property and land. The process can get quite complicated, fairly quickly, which is why you need the right support. Conveyancing.com.au are specialists in property law and have all the expertise and experience to help you buy and sell lawfully and with ease.