Metro Conveyancing

Suite 114, 30-40 Harcourt Parade Rosebery NSW 2018

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0296696687

} 8:30am - 6:00pm week days - Saturday, Sunday Closed

Metro Conveyancing services all of the Sydney area and specialises in conveyancing law. We can also assist with obtaining a loan (ask about our offer). We provide an initial consultation free of charge and can you back to save you mobile call charges.

Whether you are looking to buy or sell a property we have the knowledge and expertise to provide the best possible service.

Our office is located in Rosebery, just 6 kms from the CBD.

We cover the Sydney metropolitan region and beyond, so contact us today or a quote on your property transaction. We are happy to discuss your needs on an obligation-free basis.

  • Buying a Property

Are You Ready to Buy? When starting out the process of buying property in NSW, you should seek advice from a lawyer or a licensed conveyancer.

Metro Conveyancing can guide you through the sometimes complicated process of buying real estate. You will need to know what you can and cannot do when dealing with an Estate Agent and you should be aware of your cooling off rights before you enter into a contract to buy property. Some contracts will require you to waive your cooling off rights before signing and it is critical to understand what this means and how it affects your position. We aim to make the rights and responsibilities of buyers (purchasers) and sellers (vendors) clear so you can purchase with confidence.

It is also important to understand all the possible costs involved in a purchase and Metro Conveyancing can give you advice on this. Knowing the costs involved will enable you to negotiate with the seller (vendor), through a real estate agent, for a price you can afford.

We at Metro Conveyancing can clarify any matters that you may not be aware of and help you to understand the process and the various stages and legal requirements involved.

  • Selling a Property

Are You Ready to Sell? Consult your solicitor or conveyancer.

If you have decided to sell your property the first thing you should do is consult your solicitor or conveyancer. The law requires a contract to be available for inspection by prospective purchasers, so doing this before your property is listed or advertised for sale will save you time. Some sellers (vendors) like to act for themselves but you still need to have a contract prepared before proceeding.

Assuming you are using an agent, Metro Conveyancing can prepare a contract in accordance with your instructions and the legal requirements for forwarding to your nominated agent.

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