Why use a Licensed Conveyancer?

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You can be confident when using a Licensed Conveyancer that your Conveyancer will:

  • be licensed by the Department of Fair Trading
  • be properly qualified and experienced
  • be covered by a prescribed level of professional indemnity insurance
  • be a member of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers
  • have completed the required Continuing Professional Development Training as outlined in the Conveyancers Licensing Act 2003
  • disclose all costs and fees beforehand
  • act in your best interests always


Buying or selling a property is not the same as buying or selling a car.

A Licensed Conveyancer is not a solicitor and does not claim to be one. We are specialists in Conveyancing and have the qualifications to handle all the legal aspects of your Property Transfer. Being a Conveyancing specialist we are not distracted by other aspects of the law and accordingly can offer you our undivided attention and focus entirely on your conveyance.

As Licensed Conveyancers, we are regulated and licensed by the Government and have mandatory Requirements for Professional Indemnity Insurance and Continuing Education. Our extensive expertise and experience allow us to finalise your property transaction with accuracy, efficiency and care. No job is too big or too small. We provide personal service to each and every one of our clients.

Our job is to ease the stress of buying or selling property. In the event that disaster strikes such as the other party to your property transaction dies; the house burns to the ground; the tenants refuse to move out of the property; or the property is badly vandalised, then we know what to do!

Since the introduction of the Conveyancers Licensing Act in 1992, the number of licensed conveyancers has grown with conveyancing firms now offering specialist conveyancing services to the public.

The profession is rapidly expanding, and the expectation is that as public awareness grows of the profession, the public will consider licensed conveyancers as their first choice when buying or selling property.

Conveyancers are encouraged to explain the processes in plain English to their clients without the confusing legalese for which many clients have expressed their appreciation. A considerable amount of work comes from past client referral which indicates a high degree of client satisfaction.