Rural conveyancing requires greater attention be paid to aspects such as adequate access to water, electricity, and disclosure to buyers of what is on the property. We can help you with transfer of water rights, and any other issues affecting your country property.
"Hawkes did a great job with assisting us with the purchase of our home. Friendly, professional & responded to any questions we had in a timely manner. We will definitely be using them again in the future."
Rural conveyancing experts
We have experience in the transfer of rural assets. We aim to simplify the process for both parties. We can help with a variety of rural transactions including land transfers, water transfers, share transfers or any aspect of a rural business, such as farming.
When you’re doing a property transaction, it's important to know if there is anything that could save you a lot of time or money.
Drafting a Contract
Every real estate transaction requires a written contract. We can draft a contract for you so that nothing gets in your way.
Checking for Debt
Any unpaid bills connected to the home will be transferred to the new owner We make sure any remaining debt is paid.
Settling on Time
You don’t want to be left waiting weeks for your money, or worse, the sale could fail. We make sure you settle on time.
I've used Lauren and her team for 3 property deals now. They have been fantastic - amazing communication and efficiency, and always going above and beyond for customer service. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Frequently asked questions
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What is considered rural property?
Some examples of rural property include farmlands, stables, ranches, land and homes, including heavy equipment and livestock. These properties can be owned by individuals, families, corporations, trusts, partnerships, limited liability companies, etc.
What does a land conveyancer do?
A conveyancer is a person who assists people in buying and selling real estate. They provide advice and information regarding the sale of real estate, and assist buyers and sellers through the process.
Does a conveyancer have to be local?
No. You don't need to use a local conveyancer. Conveyancers can work for clients throughout New South Wales. Conveyancing and land ownership is the same everywhere.
Can you build on rural land?
Planning is essential when building a dream home in a rural area. Planning ahead can help you avoid costly mistakes. You may be able to find a lower price tag, but if you don't plan well, you could end up paying more.
Ready to get started?
We are here to help and are more than happy to assist you with any questions you may have about our services or conveyancing in general, so please feel free to contact us.