The team at Blue Ribbon Conveyancing is here to help guide you through every step of the property buying process. Drawing on years of experience handling related party transfer conveyancing and refinance conveyancing, we’re here to provide you with expert advice and ongoing support to make your property settlement as smooth as possible.
We offer fixed price related property transfer conveyancing services and free quotes, so you can be confident that you understand the costs before the process begins.
A related party transfer is pretty self-explanatory – it refers to a transfer of resources, services or obligations between two parties. Related party transactions can include:
- Purchases, sales, donations.
- Receipt of goods, services or property.
- Transfers of property including intellectual property.
Related party transfers are a part of almost all property settlements. At Blue Ribbon Conveyancing, we’ll guide you through the process step-by-step and make sure your personal and financial interests are represented at every stage.
Piece of mind that your Conveyancer will perform research on the property to ensure that its status is not misrepresented by the seller or real estate agent.
Stay Informed of any local or state-imposed restrictions on developing the property before committing to the purchase.
How we help you through the Property Transfer Process
Blue Ribbon Conveyancing has a long history of helping Melbourne and Essendon locals navigate through the world of related party transfer conveyancing and refinancing. We pride ourselves on providing clear, accurate advice and assistance, including:
An estimate of Stamp Duty and registration fees.
Preparing the required Transfer of Land and any State Revenue Office Declarations.
Arranging execution of the transfer and other documentation.
Provide documentation to your bank or financial institution.
Arranging stamping and lodging.
Follow up to ensure that settlement is completed correctly between the parties.
Notify Council and Water Authority, State Revenue Office and Owner’s Corporation of change of ownership following settlement