What’s going on? Here are some latest news around conveyancing matters.
By AICWA member Goldfields Settlements Often, we receive phone calls that go something like: “We’ve found a house but we don’t know if: a crack in a wall/the watermarks on the ceiling/the bouncy floor/etc/etc are a problem” The first point is to reiterate the comments in our previous blogs “Whoever owns the property owns the […]
By Houspect, proud partner of the AICWA and respected WA Building Inspectors. Major Structural Defects – What to do when the REIWA Pre Purchase Building Inspection Annexure has been used 1. BACKGROUND In WA Pre Purchase Building Inspections on residential properties are generally undertaken as a result of a REIWA Purchase Contract where the Standard […]
By Justine Gavranich AICWA member and licensee at Mosaic Settlements Illegal building, encompassing unapproved additions or modifications to a property, presents significant financial and legal risks to potential property buyers in Perth. Roughly 30% of building assessments in Perth uncover various forms of illegal construction, underscoring its prevalence in the local real estate market. To […]
An AICWA member is either a Western Australian licensed settlement agent or qualified legal practitioner who specialises in transferring property and as such is up to date with all the changes to legislation and procedures that may affect your conveyancing transaction. You can rely on AICWA member to get the job done!Read More
A typical conveyancing transaction comprises the entering into a contract for the sale of land (through the signing of an offer and acceptance by the buyer and seller), financial settlement (exchange of money and documents) and registration of the transfer and other documents onto the Register of Land Ownership held by Landgate.Read More