Who doesn’t know about conveyancing these days? It is one of those words which are getting popularity recently. Though being recently famous, we all know about its process or at least familiar with it. As the world getting more competitive, the world is getting more acquainted with conveyancing. Conveyancing generally means transaction of ownership. But the conveyancing we are talking about is much deeper and more interdependent and involved process of selling and buying of properties. Properties don’t include all sorts of properties but it means land, house, apartment or real estate in specific. So, basically, when you are selling or buying any of these properties then you are already in the process of conveyancing.
Though the term sounds pretty heavy and more technical than the actual process but it is actually easy and known to all. People are engaged in conveyancing from very early time of history, since they started possessing one. The main concern of this article is to describe the steps of the conveyancing process.
There can be several steps of a successful conveyancing. The number of steps depends on the size, number, value and complexity of the property. But there are simple and core four steps that you need to complete successfully when you are doing conveyancing.
Step 1: When you are determined that you want to sell your property then the very task is to find a proper conveyancer who can lead you through the process. This step is really important and you need to be very careful when you are selecting your conveyancer. If you somehow make bad or naïve choice, then the rest of the process may become really hard for you to continue. But you make a good choice within right time, and then a good conveyancer can make your selling or buying experience a pleasant one. How you will choose a good conveyancer or what are the features of a good conveyancer is explained on other articles which you can find on our website.
As the seller of the property can choose a conveyancer for the ease of selling the property a buyer can also knock a conveyancer to but a property efficiently.
Step 2: The next step after you have chosen your conveyancer, is to put your necessary and important paper which relates to your property together. Important papers not only include just the certificate of ownership but also all the authorized paper of your property like tax clearance papers, registered papers, municipality papers etc. so that you don’t face any difficulty to hand over the property. Moreover, these papers are certainly very important for your conveyancer to determine the right price of the property which he is going to ask for from the buyer or from the conveyancer of the buyer. It also makes the process easy and fast.
Step 3: After you are almost ready with your weapons, then the third step comes forward. And this step is mainly executed by your conveyancer. He will find a proper buyer for you and ask for the best price you can get for your property. You can pretty much relax during this period but still there are some task left you to do; which is, you need to follow up the process. Following up, basically means to keep a regular contact with your conveyancer. It is not that you need to visit your conveyancer’s office regularly. You can simply make a call once or twice a week to ensure that your conveyancer is really up to something. Otherwise you may face that the whole procedure is taking too long.
Step 4: This is pretty much the final step where your conveyancer has found a perfect buyer and you just need to complete the transaction by handing over the ownership of your property and take your money.