At Emerald Conveyancing, we understand that no two clients or property transfer processes are the same, so we are committed to finding a solution that is right for you.
By prioritising our clients’ experience at every turn, we are able to minimise the stress of your conveyancing transaction with proactive case progression and quick response times – guaranteed.
Discover ‘conveyancing with a difference’ from our friendly and experienced team, who are committed to providing you with innovative solutions and a service that exceeds your expectations.

Here’s how we can help you:

Residential Conveyancing

Houses, Units, Apartments and Land.

We can assist you with all aspect of the conveyancing for your purchase – From obtaining the relevant title and property searches, preparing transfer documentation, coordinating with the Agents, Lenders, Conveyancers and other relevant Statutory Authorities.

“Caveator Emptor – Buyer Beware” Applies to all Contracts signed by a purchaser and by signing the Contract the Purchaser is deemed to have fully read and understood the Contract together with making all necessary and complete enquiries to the relevant authorities prior to signing. It is not mandatory for a Vendor to provide all certificates relevant to a purchaser.

Sometimes the Purchaser must rely on information contained within the Section 32 Vendors Statement.
Rest assured Emerald Conveyancing will obtain the necessary searches required to thoroughly check the property you are buying.

A Section 32 Vendor Statement can be a bit daunting to most people. If you are not sure of what is contained in the Section 32 Vendor Statement you have been given, let Emerald Conveyancing review it for you

Before signing any contract the old rule of “BUYER BEWARE” cannot be stressed enough. Be sure you have checked everything out with your future property or request a condition in the Contract. Some of these checks include:

    • Look over the Due Diligence Check list provided by the Vendor’s agent – have you completed your own Due Diligence?
    • Get a building inspection/pest inspection report
    • Make sure all the appliances, fixtures and fittings are in good shape. It is a good idea to write these down (take a photograph)
    • Measure the properties boundaries as per the planning diagram attached to the Section 32 Vendor Statement.
    • Make sure the property complies with all the local building regulations.

If in doubt, contact us and we can point you in the right direction BEFORE you sign a contract.

Commercial Conveyancing

Shops, Factories and Offices.

At Emerald Convey, we can assist you with your purchase or sale of office buildings, factories and shops and any commercial premises.

We are able to simplify your purchase by liaising with potential buyers or sellers enabling a seamless business transaction with all the legal requirements completed.

Foreign Investment

Are you an International investor who is looking to purchase property in Melbourne? Our team of professional and experienced conveyancers are keen to guide you through the foreign ownership process, and help you understand the unique set of guidelines and criteria that are relevant to international investors.
Contact us now to find out more

Land Subdivision

Sub-dividing land is a great way for property owners to maximise profit and increase their property portfolio.

At Emerald Conveyancing we are able to provide you with a clear path through the complicated legal steps to keep costs to a minimum and generate maximum profit when you are sub-dividing land.

Contact us today for a simplified approach to your next sub-division.

Off The Plan Purchase

Houses, Units, Apartments and Land.

Are you searching for a new home or apartment, have you considered  buying off-the-plan?

This usually  involves signing a contract for a property before construction has been completed – when this happens it’s vitally important to seek expert legal advise to ensure that you are protected.

The optimum time to purchase off-the-plan properties is at the following stages:

  • At the planning stages, usually when there is an empty plot of land
  •  New Development of an existing property at the demolition phase.
  • Once the contruction of the building is partially completed.

Houses, Units, Apartments and Land.

An off-the-plan contract is an agreement to sell land, apartments or other property before construction has been completed.

Buyers enter into these agreements with the promise of lower costs for an investment property, while it allows sellers to streamline their sale.

Land Transfers

Why transfer land?
There are many reasons why people might want to transfer property from one person to another.
Below are some reasons why this might happen:

  • Family Trusts
  • Inheritances
  • Deceased Estates
  • Transfers between Partners or Spouses
  • Other Gifts