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Experienced Property Lawyers & Best Conveyancers for Geelong, Surf Coast & Bellarine Peninsula regions

Full-service conveyancing and legal advice in Victoria

Cahill Rowe Conveyancing offers full-service conveyancing and professional legal property advice mainly to those purchasing or selling property in Geelong, Barwon Heads, Ocean Grove, Torquay, or regional areas around the Surf Coast and Bellarine Peninsula, however, we can also act on matters for any property within the entire State of Victoria.

Pre-purchase advice

a pre-purchase review of the relevant purchase documents will ensure you have a full understanding of the contract any
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Buying a property

we take the stress out of purchasing a home. We will liaise with the real estate agent, the other parties’ conveyancer
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Selling a Property

we can help make your property sale in Victoria a simple process by assisting you with your Section 32 statement
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Property investments

we review loans, leases and building contracts to ensure that you are adequately protected from financial and legal exposure.
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Vacant land and building contracts

we can review your building contract, much like a land contract, to ensure that you understand your rights
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Updating or correcting a title

life does not always go according to plan. Whether you need to update a title in the event of a divorce or separation
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Consolidation of a plan agreement

For the some, purchasing a house may be intimidating because it is often one of the most significant
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Contact Our Knowledgeable Team on 03 5292 1994

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Resolving settlement matters in State of Victoria

We hope that it won’t, but if your conveyancing doesn’t finalise in a happy manner (i.e. you are unhappy with the condition of a property, or there is a dispute at settlement) we are also able to assist you in resolving the matter after settlement.

Using a top legal professional for conveyancing in Ocean Grove

While you don’t legally require a conveyancer to complete your transaction, in the event things go wrong, or you didn’t understand something, ignorance is no defence in law. You could be putting yourself at risk of:

  • Financial loss
  • Losing your deposit
  • Being sued
  • Being stuck in a contract that is unfavourable to you

being stuck with a property that has defects or is not suitable for the purpose you intended to use it for

Contact Geelong’s best conveyancers and property lawyers

If you are looking to transact on a title, give us a call for an obligation-free initial conversation. There isn’t any point where it is ‘too early’ to discuss your conveyancing requirements, there is however a point where it may be too late to act on certain things (such as if you have already signed a contract). As such, we encourage clients to call us as early as possible so that we can provide them with advice and a road map to proceeding with their matter.

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