We understand that choosing a conveyancer is a very important decision because it involves placing a lot of trust and confidence in them.
Here are some of the more important things to check when making your own enquiries;
Is Your Conveyancer A Licenced Conveyancer?
The law in the Northern Territory requires conveyancers to be licensed. You can the status of your conveyancing firm online at Licensing NT.
Are The Fees Competitive And Are They Fixed?
Some conveyancing firms charge by the hour, and others offer a fixed rate, so you know what you’re up for ahead of time. Make to check this with any firm you are considering, and ask about any hidden or extra costs.
At Keylaw, our fees are fixed at $990 for sellers and $1290 for a purchase. Our fees include GST, but exclude outlays (such as government fees and charges). These are typically third party costs, and vary depending on the property you are buying or selling.
For a more detailed breakdown of the costs involved, check out our quote form, or give our office a call.
Are Keylaw’s Conveyancing Services Off-Shored?
Unfortunately, many larger conveyancing brands off-shore their work, which means some or all of your file work would be managed in another country. Obviously, this is not a good thing, especially in conveyancing where large sums of your money and identity documents are involved.
At Keylaw, your file is managed by our team of local conveyancers in Darwin. Our staff are some of the most experienced conveyancers in the region, and are dedicated to providing clients with gold standard customer service.