Why Do I Need A Conveyancer?

October 20, 2022

One of the most important decisions in this whole process is to choose a registered conveyancer to act for you

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring ownership of a property

Buying and selling a property can be one of the most important decisions that you will ever make.  This process does not need to be stressful.  There is enough for you to do with packing up your valued possessions, moving to your hopefully “forever” home, or selling and packing up a family home with treasured memories.  The process is both emotional, exciting and daunting.

One of the most important decisions in this whole process is to choose a registered conveyancer to act for you.  Someone you can trust and who will get the job done with minimal fuss and complications. Do not assume it is the Real Estate Agent who decides this for you, as they may not recommend the best person for your needs.  You may be told it is easier or cheaper to use the agent’s registered conveyancer.  This is often not the case.

You are investing a lot of money in the property you are buying or selling so you should choose an experienced professional to look after the transaction for you.  Adelta Legal charges fixed fees for all residential conveyancing.  Our fixed fees are all inclusive and we do not charge any “hidden” fees for administration, file maintenance or settlement fees, as is often the case with other conveyancers and lawyers.

Our focus is on customer service and to act promptly so that settlement delays are avoided.  Conveyancing is complex and requires a specialised knowledge and skill.  It is a misconception that conveyancing is a simple process that takes little time.  This cannot be further from the truth.  This is a short list of things a conveyancer can do for you:

You may need a conveyancer to help you with other aspects of a sale or purchase.  For example, other regulations apply to deceased estates.

What is important is that you have confidence in the person who represents you to get the job done.  It is our objective as your representative to go on this journey with you and provide you with a positive experience.

Please telephone us for a chat or send an email for a no obligation free quote.  We would love to hear from you.

Key person for conveyancing

Tracy Bowe

Tracy Bowe

Registered Conveyancer

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Tracy Bowe

Registered Conveyancer

CPC Registered Conveyancer Lic/Reg RCO 276695

Tracy has over 20 years’ experience in conveyancing, having worked in legal and private conveyancing offices during that time.  Following completion of the Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing in 2016 her dream of becoming a Registered Conveyancer was realised.

Property has always been her passion and providing a quality service to clients was an integral part of that vision.

Tracy is a member of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (SA Division) Inc and has maintained the status of Certified Practising Conveyancer (CPC) by focussing on her continual professional development.

Tracy joined the Adelta Legal team in April 2019 and is enjoying the diversity that is offered from a wide range of clients. She focusses on professionalism, attention to detail and providing a first class quality service.

Areas of expertise include:

  • residential and commercial transactions
  • land divisions
  • deceased estate and matrimonial settlements
  • preparing private Contracts and Form 1 Statements
  • mortgages.

There have been significant changes in the conveyancing industry in recent years with emphasis being on transition towards electronic conveyancing.  Tracy has embraced these changes with enthusiasm and commitment and is well placed to undertake your electronic lodgements and settlements with minimal fuss.  As from 3 August 2020, electronic conveyancing has been mandatory in South Australia and you can be guaranteed that your conveyancing transactions will be expertly managed.

Your conveyancing requirements will be dealt with in a professional and efficient manner to ensure your experience is as uncomplicated and stress free as possible.

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