The top five conveyancing tips – as ranked by our readers.

The top five conveyancing tips – as ranked by our readers.

We’ve compiled a list of the five most popular conveyancing articles of 2019 in South Australia. Please feel free to share any of these links with friends and family who might soon be needing a conveyancer. The mystery and misery of Moiety titles Moiety Titles are one...
The real estate agent and the conveyancer: What is the right and proper relationship?

The real estate agent and the conveyancer: What is the right and proper relationship?

There has been some confusion and contention in real estate and conveyancing circles over interpretation of the rules governing how agents and conveyancers can and cannot interact with each other in the marketplace. It is an important area to get clarity on because...
Eckermann Forms: A Form 1 lifehack for real estate agents or vendors

Eckermann Forms: A Form 1 lifehack for real estate agents or vendors

Here’s a lifehack for real estate agents and vendors that deal directly with the anxiety and stress surrounding the preparation of Form 1s. Our sister company, Eckermann Forms, has a streamlined, online process for making sure Form 1s are completed accurately...
The five most read conveyancing articles of 2018: Summer reading from Eckermann Conveyancers

The five most read conveyancing articles of 2018: Summer reading from Eckermann Conveyancers

To kick off the new year, we’ve compiled a list of the five most read conveyancing articles of 2018 in South Australia. We know that for some, you’d prefer to absorb content by sitting back and watching a video, so we’ve gone an extra step and included links to video...
Temporary freeze on processing wills in SA – how it will impact deceased estate transactions

Temporary freeze on processing wills in SA – how it will impact deceased estate transactions

If you are a real estate agent, vendor or purchaser with a real estate contract subject to the granting of probate, you might need to prepare yourself for a bit of a wait. The South Australian government has temporarily frozen new probate applications, to enable them...