Lawyers for Transfer of Property in Melbourne
It is best to use a conveyancer while buying or selling residential property or commercial property. You can also use a conveyancer if you are going for a transfer of property, house title transfer, in other words, when the owner of the property is transferring the ownership of the property to another person. A lot of businesspeople want to minimise their liability and tax and protect the assets they have. For this, some people would give property to their family members.
Daniel Lawyers help in managing the transfer of land and property by enabling you in making the best decisions by looking at the risks present, like legal and personal repercussions that could occur before, during, or after transferring the property, as well as the liabilities and financial implications present in the existing property. Our lawyers will help in going through the process to bring out the best possible outcome.
Why Do People Transfer Ownership of Property?
We are experienced in legal transfer conveyancing. A conveyancer is needed when you buy or sell a residential property or office property.
There are many reasons a person would transfer the property ownership to another family member and not sell the property:
- For tax
- Reduce the risks involved in business
- During divorce as a settlement
- Parents choosing to gift the property to their children
- If mentioned in the will of the deceased owner
If it is a jointly-owned property and one of the owners passed away, a conveyancing specialist is necessary to sail through all these legal transfers. Although you may not want to buy or sell property, a legal conveyancer will help by guiding you through the legal documentation and paperwork required.
Steps for a property transfer :
- Seeing if there is a mortgage attached to the property
- Getting a copy of the property title
- Filling in the property title form and sending it through
- Paying necessary fees that comes across
- Waiting for the form to be processed
With a conveyancer, you can ensure that these processes go smoothly. Highly experienced conveyancers will be able to guide you through the process to avoid costly mistakes.
How much does it cost for a property transfer is a common question that is asked. The cost of property transfer and land transfer depends on the total value of the property and various other factors. Hence cost can vary from property to property. You would have to pay the stamp duty, capital gains tax, and a conveyancing fee for a property transfer or a land transfer.
Why Choose Us?
Daniel Lawyers will be able to assist you with the transfer of your property needs. Just give us a call today to get to know more about this service or to get started! We strive to provide quality by being efficient. We maintain transparency by keeping you informed about the progress regarding your process.
Are you on the lookout for an experienced conveyancer for the transfer of property in Melbourne? Get in touch with us on (03) 9687 3211 for a free 30-minute telephone consultation, or you can also write to us at [email protected].