Buying Property

Looking for competent conveyancers when buying a house? Jim’s Conveyancing is your ideal partner when it comes to making your house purchase stress-free. Our team of expert conveyancers specialises in providing comprehensive and seamless conveyancing services. 

From initial consultation to final settlement, we are committed to guiding you through the entire home buying process making everything hassle and stress-free for you. We’ll handle the property searches and legal complexities so you don’t have to! Just sit back and enjoy the excitement of finding your dream home.

Our Hassle-Free Home Buying Process

Getting started with our professional Conveyancers


At Jim’s Conveyancing, we understand that every client has unique requirements. Every one of our experienced conveyancers offer personalised consultation, taking the time to understand your needs, answering your questions, and providing expert advice tailored to your situation.

Contract Inspection

To safeguard your interests, our meticulous conveyancers conduct a thorough inspection of the contract. We analyse every clause, identify potential risks, and ensure your rights are protected. Our attention to detail helps you make informed decisions during the negotiation process. This is an important step during the purchase of a property.





Sealing the Deal

Skilled Property Advisors

With extensive knowledge of the local real estate market, our team provides valuable legal advice when purchasing property. Our advice includes insights on property selection, market trends, and important legal considerations. We empower you to make well-informed decisions, ensuring a successful house purchase.



Settlement Date

As the settlement date approaches, we coordinate with all relevant parties to ensure a smooth finalisation. Our Conveyancers handle the necessary paperwork, including legal requirements like the transfer of funds, facilitating a successful settlement.


Final inspection

Before settlement, our team assists you in conducting a final inspection of the property. We ensure everything is in order and address any outstanding concerns or issues.

Settlement attendance

On the settlement day, experienced conveyancers from Jim’s Conveyancing represent you and attend the settlement on your behalf. We verify all documents, oversee the transfer of ownership, and ensure that all financial obligations are met, providing you with peace of mind.



FAQ for Buying A House

While it’s not a legal requirement to hire a conveyancer when buying a house in Australia, it is highly recommended. A conveyancer plays a crucial role in ensuring that the property transaction is legally sound, protecting your interests, and handling the necessary legal paperwork.

The conveyancer fees for buying a house in Australia can vary depending on several factors, including the complexity of the transaction, the location of the property, and the specific conveyancer you engage. It is advisable to obtain quotes from different conveyancers to compare their fees and services.

The requirements to buy a house in Australia include:

a) Sufficient funds or approved financing to cover the purchase price and associated costs.

b) Conducting thorough research and property inspections to ensure the property meets your needs and expectations.

c) Engaging a solicitor or conveyancer to handle the legal aspects of the transaction.

d) Signing a legally binding contract of sale with the seller.

e) Settling the purchase by paying the agreed-upon purchase price on the settlement date.


It’s important to note that specific requirements may vary depending on the state or territory in which the property is located. It’s advisable to consult with a solicitor or conveyancer to ensure compliance with local regulations.

First home buyers in Australia may be eligible for certain benefits and incentives, which can vary by state or territory. Some common rules and incentives for first home buyers include:

a) First Home Owner Grant: A government grant offered to eligible first home buyers to assist with purchasing or building a new home.

b) Stamp Duty Concessions or Exemptions: Reduced or waived stamp duty fees for first home buyers.

c) First Home Super Saver Scheme: A scheme that allows first home buyers to save for a home deposit within their superannuation fund, with certain tax advantages.

d) Home Loan Deposit Scheme: A government-backed scheme that helps eligible first home buyers purchase a home with a smaller deposit, reducing the need for lender’s mortgage insurance.


It’s important to check the specific rules and incentives in your state or territory, as they may change over time and have different eligibility criteria.

Stamp duty is a state-based tax, and the rules regarding stamp duty for first home buyers can vary across Australia. In some states and territories, first home buyers may be eligible for concessions or exemptions on stamp duty, which can significantly reduce or even eliminate the duty payable. 

It’s advisable to consult with a conveyancer or check the government websites of your specific state or territory to understand the current stamp duty rules for first home buyers.

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