Conveyancing Articles

This is the Eckermann Conveyancers blog, where we produce regular articles on issues relating to conveyancing.

If you are engaged in property transfers and other matters where conveyancing is required, we hope you find this source of articles helpful. Start scrolling and the stories will appear!

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...

Buying a new home - getting the keys

2020: new decade + new First Home Loan Deposit Scheme

Are you looking to enter the housing market for the first time time or know of someone who is? The Federal Government has announced the introduction of a First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to support eligible first home buyers. The initiative The First Home Loan...

First home owners South Australia

Yes, we’re open Christmases past, present, and future!

It’s hard to get tired of classic tales and for us, our favourite is the Conveyancer’s Christmas Carol. It seems that every year, despite Christmas and New Year falling in summer in Australia, a chill goes down the spine of real estate agents working over the...

Dog next to Christmas gifts

Supporting you through the important steps of buying and selling

Spring is here and the real estate market has well and truly sprung into gear! - and the good news is that we’re on hand to support real estate agents, buyers and sellers through the important components of the buying and selling process. Even if you, (or your'e an...

Buying or selling real estate in South Australia

FINANCE. To be approved, or not to be: that is the question.

You’ll typically find that the average person requires finance from a bank or lender to purchase property. If finance is not approved at the time the contract is signed or the purchaser is not a cash buyer, a finance condition, stating that the contract is...

Wooden house blog and coins.

Conveyancing Explained: Memorandum Of Transfer

In the world of Real Estate and Conveyancing, there are many terms used like Memorandum Of Transfer, that people find vague or ambiguous. In this case, the Memorandum Of Transfer seems straightforward on the surface but in fact it does have a specific and limited...

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How to find a conveyancer in South Australia

11We have made a short video entitled, How to find a conveyancer in South Australia. Although the video is novel, it does cover the main ways people search for a conveyancer. Naturally, the video covers searching online using search engines such as Google but given...

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