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Whenever you decide to buy a new home or sell a place, you have to appoint a conveyancing lawyer to go through a process known as conveyancing. This may seem to be an unnecessary delay when all you want to do is quickly move into your new home, but it is actually crucial as the lawyer is able to not only legally transfer the title over, but advise you along the way.
Assist to scrutinize the contract that a seller or an agent has proposed to see if terms and conditions are fair, reasonable and suits your requirements. There have been many instances where buyers engage the lawyers only after signing the option to purchase and finding out that the contract was very biased towards the sellers.
The lawyers can also check up on important facts such as to ensure that the sellers are the rightful owners of the property and have the right to sell to you and also the tenure and size of the property.
Assist to liaise with sellers lawyers to exercise the option to purchase and set up a conveyancing account.
Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or remortgage your property, our pricing is as low as $2,000 including GST, stamp fees, search, and registration fee.
Answers to all your questions regarding conveyancing and a conveyancing lawyer.
Usually, the conveyancing process starts the moment a buyer receives an Option to Purchase, also known as OTP. However, this is not always the case. There are many cases in which it can be different and we advise the buyer to consult a conveyancing lower and assess the OTP. This helps you in minimizing the chances of potential conflicts in case of any discrepancy.
The conveyancing process can take between 10 and 12 weeks on an average.
Yes. We work with Singapore’s leading conveyancing lawyers and it’s managed by a lawyer that’s most suited to your needs considering the area of expertise required and cost.
The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) requires that legal documents are signed and certified by certified lawyers from the buyer as well as the seller. So, yes, it’s compulsory to engage a conveyancing lawyer.