Connect with Settle Easy
Get started by requesting a quote. The best time to do this is before making an offer on a property (buyers) or as you’re preparing to put your home on the market (sellers).
When you're ready to proceed, a member of the Settle Easy team will guide you through any initial questions and get you registered and ready to commence your transaction.
Your conveyancer will be in touch within 24 hours
They will help answer your questions, guide you through your transaction and otherwise ensure tasks and documents are completed in readiness for a successful settlement.
Track your transaction
Monitor how things are progressing in your online dashboard and receive real-time notifications every step of the way to settlement.
*Excludes complex & off-the-plan contract reviews
Settle Easy is for anyone buying or selling property and is home to a team of expert conveyancers.
They are Australia’s only conveyancing solution that provides complete transparency to all stakeholders at every stage of the conveyancing transaction, while updating them in real-time.
They provide their customers with consistent property law advice and quality control measures for a reliable, secure and seamless experience.
Conveyancing is the process of moving the legal ownership of property or land from one person or entity to another.
Property conveyancers handle many of the legalities of purchasing and selling property. They take care of the legal documents and contracts associated with property transfer and real estate transactions, ensuring the process goes smoothly, that clients’ rights are protected, and each party gets the results they are entitled to. Many conveyancers will even help coordinate communications with your real estate agent and bank or financial institution to ensure the entire process proceeds efficiently. Settle Easy's conveyancers will keep you informed throughout the whole conveyancing process, helping you understand your legal obligations and the decisions you will need to make for property settlement.
Conveyancing costs and conveyancing fees will vary from conveyancer to conveyancer, as there are a wide range of optional services you may need as part of the conveyancing process, in addition to legal fees. The scope of work that a conveyancer undertakes, and the associated costs, will depend on the complexity of the property transaction. Their work will involve carrying out all the relevant searches and preparing all relevant settlement documents.
As the potential new owner of the property, you need to know about any information regarding debt attached to the property, known issues with the property itself, and other risks before purchase. The types of searches your conveyancer may recommend include: Title Search, Local Authority Searches, Risk Assessments, Building Permits, Pest Reports and Strata.
As the seller, you need to verify your identity as the property owner and disclose relevant information about the property, such as planning permits or zoning changes, which may impact the value of the property. The requirements vary state by state.
Fees are generally paid on settlement.
Settle Easy currently operates in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, but is working hard to expand nationally in the coming months.
Local councils and governments around Australia all have different fee schedules which is why there is no flat rate for the ‘out of pocket’ part of your Settle Easy conveyancing.
They may or may not have to pay to complete the following – it just depends on what type of property you have bought or sold and where it’s located: