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Rigg Conveyancing

1/10 Rickard Road, North Narrabeen, NSW, 2101

Conveyancing Solicitors Northern Beaches

Services Offered by Rigg Conveyancing

Rigg Conveyancing Services Offered

 

Rigg Conveyancing are the team to see for house inspection, building reports North Shore

 

Different conveyancers and solicitors offer slightly different services depending on their specific niche within the industry. Rigg Conveyancing handle all aspects relating to residential property including:

 

Our Services

 

  • Contracts
  • Finance
  • Settlement
  • Equity release
  • Building reports
  • Strata report
  • Inspection report
  • Land sale contract
  • Off the plan contract
  • Real estate sales contract
  • Real estate purchase agreement
  • Mortgage agreement

 

When you’re dealing with a conveyancer or solicitor it’s important for you to know what they specialise in and how they can help you. 

You don’t want to be stuck with a firm that provide too many services that you won’t be making use of. And on the other hand, you don’t want to sign up with a firm who don’t provide the specific type of services that you’ll need.

 

Service Areas

 

  • Frenchs Forest
  • Manly Vale
  • Avalon
  • Belrose
  • Brookvale
  • Collaroy
  • Mona Vale
  • Narrabeen
  • Newport
  • Palm Beach
  • Warriewood
  • St Leonards
  • Artarmon
  • Cremorne
  • Crows Nest
  • Mosman
  • Neutral Bay
  • Willoughby
  • North Sydney
  • Greater NSW

 

Rigg Conveyancing offer a full conveyancing service to their clients, facilitating all functions to do with buying and selling properties.

This includes taking the complexity out of contracts, making the finance process fuss-free and guiding you through settlement. 

 

A focus on residential conveyancing means that Rigg Conveyancing are the best team to assist you with things such as equity release, land sale contract, mortgage agreement, off the plan contract, real estate sales contract.

 

Rigg Conveyancing don't get too involved in commercial conveyancing, they focus on residential conveyancing.Their specific focus is on the legal aspects of buying and selling residential properties.

When you engage the services of a conveyancer, you may already have organised various aspects of the purchase or sale with a real estate agent. Your conveyancer is also involved in negotiating with real estate agents, so that you don’t have to. 

If your real estate agent hasn’t already organised inspection reports for your your property purchase, Rigg Conveyancing can take care of house inspection and building reports North Shore.

Do you need help negotiating with real estate agents and organising a real estate purchase agreement? Enjoy a flat rate package and flexible inclusions with Rigg Conveyancing

The fees that a conveyancer charges for their services can vary. There’s a consultancy fee and there are some other fees that a conveyancer will pay on your behalf, which are known as disbursement costs.

These disbursement costs are covered within the flat rate package that Rigg Conveyancing offer. This fixed rate package ensures everything is taken care of and every client receives the same level of customer service.

If the team at Rigg Conveyancing can foresee a complexity, they may increase the fee but there generally isn’t a need for this and the team are reasonable with these things.

In some cases the client may not want some particular types of inspections or the real estate agent may already have those inspections done. In this case Rigg Conveyancing don't need to order various bits and pieces, so their services are flexible based on client needs. 

 

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From the buyers perspective, when you are buying a property Rigg Conveyancing will review contracts and give advice to ensure a smooth purchase.

Rigg Conveyancing can negotiate terms of contracts and coordinate the financial side of transactions. Other functions include exchanging settlement and arranging inspection reports such as building, strata and pest inspection reports or any other reports that may be necessary.

You may be surprised to hear that some solicitors and conveyancers don't arrange building and pest reports and other inspection reports. 

Rigg Conveyancing will always cover all areas related to buying and selling residential property.

 

Rigg Conveyancing will help you organise the finance for property purchase

 

Unless you’re familiar with the process of organising finance and you have the time to manage the back and forth involved with this process, you’ll benefit from having a professional conveyancer handle everything for you.

Rather than deal with all the steps involved in arranging finance yourself, having a conveyancer do the hard work for you can lift the weight off your shoulders.

Rigg Conveyancing have many years experience in conveyancing and they know the ins and out of arranging finance like the back of their hand. 

You can rest assure the team will be able to smoothly manage the finance side of your conveyancing matters on your behalf.

The team at Rigg Conveyancing will be either dealing with the bank directly or they’ll be dealing with the mortgage broker. 

Rigg Conveyancing supply the financial institution with the documentation that they’ll need. This will allow the buyers loan application to be processed as efficiently as possible.

The bank will always require various documentation from the conveyancer including some copies of sales contracts and other documentation.

Rigg Conveyancing liaise with the banks and the brokers and supply them with all the documentation they need to progress the loan application.

 

Make sure your conveyancing matters run smoothly. Including details like building and pest inspection Lane cove, Manly right up to the final settlement.

 

The team at Rigg Conveyancing also facilitate coordination of the financial aspect of conveyancing for settlement.

When a property settles, this is one of the phases where the conveyancer gets in touch bank or other financial institution.

The purpose of this process is to book everything in with the bank and advise the bank on all the necessary finances which are going to be needed to complete the transaction.

The other component at settlement is just generally following up with the bank to make sure that all the everything is progressing the way it should leading into the settlement.

This is to make sure there’s not going to be any delay with settlement, which would cause penalties to be charged to the buyer.

The other thing to keep in mind when going over the loan documentation is that the banks will always want various documentation to be signed.

Rigg Conveyancing go through all the necessary documentation with the client to avoid any potential delays or misunderstandings.

The process of organising finance and working through the steps of settlement can be overwhelming to a buyer trying to handle everything on their own. 

A conveyancer is familiar with the process and can help you navigate things quickly and easily.

Once settlement takes place, Rigg Conveyancing give the client the courtesy call to let them know it's all been settled.

They then follow that up with sending formal correspondence letting them know that the matter has settled along with details of the settlement credit transaction.

The team at Rigg Conveyancing are proud to offer their customers friendly, professional and proactive customer service.

When it comes to real estate purchase, there are a lot of things both buyer and seller have to think about beyond simply agreeing on the right purchase price.

If you’re considering entering into a contract for a home, whether you buy off the plan or you purchase an existing property on the Northern Beaches and surrounds, there’s a few concepts you’ll want to become familiar with.

Do you know the best way to deal with reverse mortgages and other financial details such as making lump sum payments and locking in the right interest rate? 

What about getting your head around industry-specific terminology like promissory note and sunset clause? Would it be helpful to have a conveyancer along on the journey to explain these things to you?

Are you familiar with the strata scheme that you’re going to be buying into? Have you got the right inspection service lined up for those termite inspections and other important checks? 

Will you be using the equity in your home to purchase a property? And is there a plan in place to deal with selling agents who may not always have your best interests at heart?

If you are going to be buying a property or properties off the plan, are you familiar with what you need to know about plan purchases?

There are a lot of things you’ll need to consider when buying a selling property. Hiring a conveyancer can make the whole process much easier.

Rigg Conveyancing handle the whole conveyancing process for you right down to details such as building and pest inspection Dee Why, Lane Cove, Northern Beaches, North Shore, Manly, Chatswood.
 

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