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Property Purchase

Are you considering buying a property?

Secure Your Dream Property

At Barwick Boitano Lawyers, we understand the excitement and challenges that come with purchasing a property. Our experienced real estate team is dedicated to providing expert legal guidance and representation to ensure a smooth and stress-free transaction, while protecting your interests every step of the way.
Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, an experienced investor, or seeking a new commercial property, our lawyers will work closely with you to understand your goals, concerns, and unique circumstances. We’ll provide personalized advice and support tailored to your specific needs.
Our comprehensive property purchase services include:
  • Preparing and reviewing contracts for sale
  • Conducting thorough due diligence and property inspections
  • Arranging pest and/or building reports
  • Arranging strata reports (for strata properties)
  • Assisting with First Home Buyers Scheme – exemption of stamp duty and grants
  • Facilitating the conveyancing process and attending to settlements
  • Attending to incoming mortgagee’s requirements

We understand the importance of clear communication and transparency throughout the purchase process. Our team will keep you informed every step of the way, ensuring you have a comprehensive understanding of your legal rights and obligations.
At Barwick Boitano Lawyers, we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and commitment to excellence. Our goal is to provide you with peace of mind, knowing that your property purchase is in capable hands.
Don’t navigate the complexities of buying real estate alone. Contact Barwick Boitano Lawyers today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards securing your dream property.

Property Purchase in New South Wales (NSW)

In NSW, the process of purchasing a property is governed by various laws and regulations, including the Conveyancing Act 1919, the Real Property Act 1900, and the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 (for strata properties). The key aspects of property purchase in NSW include:

  1. Contract for sale: A legally binding contract for sale must be prepared, outlining the terms and conditions of the transaction, including the purchase price, deposit, settlement date, and any special conditions.
  2. Due diligence: Buyers are responsible for conducting due diligence on the property, including reviewing legal documents, obtaining building and pest inspections, and ensuring compliance with zoning and development regulations.
  3. Conveyancing: The transfer of legal ownership from the seller to the buyer is facilitated through the conveyancing process, which involves preparing and exchanging legal documents, arranging settlement, and registering the transfer of ownership.
  4. Stamp duty: Buyers are required to pay stamp duty on the purchase of real estate, calculated as a percentage of the property’s value or purchase price.
  5. Strata properties: For the purchase of strata properties (e.g., apartments, townhouses), additional considerations apply, such as reviewing strata records, by-laws, and levies.
  6. First Home Buyer Schemes: First-time buyers may be eligible for various government schemes and incentives, such as stamp duty exemptions or grants, subject to meeting certain criteria.

It’s crucial to seek legal advice and representation from experienced property lawyers to navigate the purchase process effectively, ensure compliance with legal requirements, and protect your interests throughout the transaction.

Looking to buy a property? Our experienced team can guide you through the entire purchase process, ensuring a smooth and stress-free transaction while protecting your interests.

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