Everything you need to know when buying property on Hamilton Island in our handy buyers guide.
Contents include the complexities of the contracts and options when buying leasehold, the body corporate, transfer duty and buying off the plan! This guide also includes those conditions you might want consider as well as insurance and risk!
A really convenient “to do” check list for buying on Hamilton Island . Don’t miss any important steps with our handy Hamilton Island buyers guide.
Contents include arranging inspections, a guide to ongoing costs, body corporate levies, insurance and service charges.
Everything you need to know when buying property or land, in a handy “to do” list. You won’t forget any important steps with our handy buyers guide. Contents include taking out insurance on the property by 5pm on the next business day after you sign the contract and arranging your Finance. Keep it on the fridge and tick off the important conveyancing step by step!
Selling a property can be a stressful time, so here we have summarised your key activities in this “to do” guide.
Contents include, signing and having a JP or Commissioner of Declarations witness your transfer documents and arranging a property inspection prior to settlement.
Buying a Property or Buying Vacant Land and Building your dream home, then this guide is for you. Full of great information and explaining the jargon. Download here.
This guide will help you to understand the importance of making a will.
It’s the thing most people don’t want to even think about but, if you die intestate – without a will – your assets will be distributed by the State Government appointed Public Trustee, which can be a costly process and may not be how you’d want your assets distributed. Those assets might even end up with the State!
Wills are not ‘one size fits all’. We’ll talk to you first, assess what we think your needs are, and give you some choices on what might be the best fit for you.
There’s no point in drafting an enormously complex will when your circumstances might not need it. That said, it’s madness to select a will based on price if a more comprehensive will may reduce or even eliminate risk of massive financial loss and the breakdown of family relationships after a lifetime of building them up.
It’s ultimately your choice, and you will know best what’s right for you based on your circumstances. We’ll simply give you the tools to make the right choice
We can help you to get the best result possible as early as possible. We appreciate the consequence of having a conviction on your record and how this impacts not only you, but your family, friends and you way of life.
It is important that you obtain experienced legal representation, as early as possible so you know your rights.