Buying a Home

Purchasing property is perhaps the largest amount of money that most of us will spend in our lifetime. Considering the potential costs involved in the buying of either land, an apartment, unit or home, it makes sense that you should consult a lawyer to ensure that the contract for the sale of the land or home fulfils all of the legal requirements, along with the registering of the title to the property via Torrens.

It goes without saying that buying a home is a big financial undertaking and to make sure that all of the legal requirements are being fulfilled, it makes sense to find a legal practitioner who will be able to help. There are a number of solicitors on FindLaw who can help if you are purchasing property no matter where in Australia you are.


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Housing affordability continues to improve according to the Housing Industry Association

Date: 27 Nov 2012, Filed under: Banking & Finance, Buying a Home, Building a Home

The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has announced that housing affordability continued to grow in the September 2012 quarter with improvements evident...

Housing affordability enjoys temporary respite

Date: 30 May 2011, Filed under: Banking & Finance, Building & Construction law, Buying a Home

Housing Industry Association (HIA) has announced that a slight easing in dwelling prices contributed to improvements in housing affordability in the March...

Investment properties in Australia owned by NZ residents: application of NZ withholding tax

Date: 02 Mar 2011, Filed under: Conveyancing, Building & Construction law, Buying a Home, International Law

NZ Inland Revenue (IRD) has clarified its position on whether New Zealand residents who borrow money from Australian financial institutions to purc...

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First home buyers - entitlements

Date: 28 Apr 2016, Filed under: Buying a Home, Property Law, Buying a Property

IF YOU are a first home buyer it’s important to keep up with entitlements for which you may be eligible for.

What should be in the contract for a sale of residential land?

Date: 16 Nov 2015, Filed under: Conveyancing, Building & Construction law, Buying a Home, Selling a Home, Property, Real Estate and Development

Purchasing property is an immense financial undertaking and it is essential that the contract for the sale of land meets all of the legal requirements...

What is a caveat? And how does it affect land ownership in Australia?

Date: 18 Sep 2015, Filed under: Conveyancing, Buying a Home, Property, Real Estate and Development

What is a caveat? And how does it affect land ownership in Australia?

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