At Martinez Lawyers, we particularly specialise in all kinds of property transactions including residential, commercial and business sales and purchases.
Our aim is to provide you with quality conveyancing services at minimal cost and inconvenience to you. We are a dedicated conveyancing practice and can therefore focus on your particular matter, keeping you advised throughout the whole process.
It is important that you use an experienced conveyancer that you can trust. We are experienced in all aspects of conveyancing in Queensland, and can help guide you through the process, advising on how the most current laws may affect your transaction.
In today’s competitive real estate market, it is important to ensure you are aware of your rights prior to signing your contract. As part of our commitment to ensure your conveyance proceeds as hassle-free as possible, we invite you to submit your contract for perusal prior to signing.
Recent litigation makes it more important than ever to ensure that a Solicitor drafts clauses for your contract. Every party to a transaction has different needs and we can draw special conditions for the REIQ Contract to protect your rights. We can help you ensure that you understand the contract and any ramifications before you sign it.
From our initial consultation, we will ensure that you are fully aware of all of your rights and responsibilities. Martinez Lawyers can help with all stages of Queensland property transactions including:
- Buying and selling of any property
- Drafting and reviewing contracts
- Advice and representation for mortgages and leases
- The preparation and review of contracts for the sale and purchase of a business
- Options (including Put and Call Options)
- Auction contracts and purchases off-the-plan
- Sustainability Declarations, Disclosure and Warning Statements
- Cost appraisal including stamp duty, and disbursements such as search and registration fees
- Tax considerations and asset protection including GST, capital gains tax, and sales or purchases by companies, self managed superannuation funds, or family and discretionary trusts
- Property tenancy including joint tenants and tenants in common
- Vendor’s statement, general conditions, special conditions, cooling off periods and deposits
- Retirement village purchases, leases and service contracts
- Dispute resolution and litigation
- Building contracts, owner builder issues and the Queensland Building Services Authority Act 1991
- Liaison with financial institutions in regard to deposit bonds, loans, mortgages and discharges of mortgages
- Execution of contracts and settlement
- Adjustments to the purchase price in regard to rates and allowances
- First home owners entitlements
Contact us for more information or to arrange a consultation.