When transferring ownership of a property, property experts and experienced conveyancing teams handle all the legal aspects for you.

Good solicitors will regularly keep you updated in the process. Solicitors have detailed knowledge in property law but can also advise on general law such as tax implications or how a sale can affect a family law matter.

The difference in experience and knowledge between a conveyancer and a solicitor commonly creates a price difference. People hire a conveyancer over a solicitor because it can be a cheaper option. But in order to make a profit, conveyancers have to take on more clients than a solicitor so you may not get the same level of service, knowledge and expertise.

Remember, your Solicitor (or Conveyancer) is an important part of the purchase or sale of your property, so remember, cheapest isn’t necessarily best. Businesses must find a balance between remaining affordable for clients, whilst ensuring quality service, regular communication and a simple process for clients.

Hawkes Lawyers are the leading lawyers on the Sunshine Coast, catering to any property matter you have, and with our competitive pricing for conveyancing, you can be sure you’re with an experienced team who are with at every stage of the process.

Don’t hesitate to contact us today if you have any questions about any property matter.

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