MCL Conveyancing Gold Coast
If you are looking to buy or sell property, whether it be a new home or an investment property, then you need conveyancing on the Gold Coast. MCL Conveyancing (a division of McLaughlin and Associates Lawyers) has been proudly conveyancing between Brisbane and the Gold Coast since 1987.
While carrying out conveyancing on the Gold Coast requires a similar legal process as any other property in Queensland, MCL Conveyancing has had many clients from the Gold Coast. We know how to assist you efficiently and effectively during a property transaction, and it is because of our expertise you are highly unlikely to encounter any problems with us.
Further, our guarantee is to settle on time, every time, or our service is free.* At MCL Conveyancing, we guarantee that if your property doesn’t settle on time and the delay is solely our fault, we will refund our professional fee. No other firm on the Gold Coast or Queensland provides such a guarantee.
Do I Require Conveyancing on the Gold Coast?
MCL Conveyancing offers a premium conveyancing service that works, and it is our strong belief that if you are a buyer or seller in a property transaction, having a conveyancer will ensure that what you are getting out of the transaction is precisely what you agreed to prior to receiving the contract.
In our thirty years of experience we have heard from real estate agents deals that do considerable damage to buyers and sellers because terms of a contract have not been read correctly. In most property transactions there are several elements a buyer needs to be aware of, which not only include what the seller has put in the contract, but third-party restrictions.
This is particularly useful on the Gold Coast with developments, investment properties and the intensity of the real estate market. Being said, it is easy for something to be in the contract that could prevent the sale from going ahead, or worse. Learn more about the conveyancing process here.
We Are Experienced in Conveyancing Gold Coast Properties
Quite often a contract will fall over due to poor conveyancing work, or signing a contract without having had a solicitor look over it. Sometimes the reason for it falling over can be due to a minor technicality and other times it might be the case where a developer has taken a first home buyer’s deposit ransom for years on end.
Going Above and Beyond
At MCL Conveyancing we assess, investigate and make sure the contract you are about to sign is precisely what you bargained for so you have peace of mind when signing it. It is for this reason when buying or selling property you require care and skill that only a reputable firm can provide. Follow us on facebook to stay up to date.
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