conveyancing Blog

Conveyancing, or the legal process of transferring real estate, comes with a lot of technical jargon, which you may not be familiar with. This can make what's already a stressful process seem especially confusing. We want to help make sure buying your new home goes as smoothly as possible–here's a breakdown of common terminology you should know. 

Acceptance: When you agree to an offer made. 

Adjustments: How property outgoings are split between the buyer and seller so that each party only pays for outgoings related to when they were in possession of the property. 

Caveat: A warning or alert...

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