Hire Our Team For Residential Sales & Purchases


For many, purchasing a property represents one of your largest financial investments. Meanwhile, selling a residential property often carries more complexities than expected. Whether you’re on the buying or selling end, our team is ready to assist.

Buying a property?

Purchasing a property is often one of the most significant investments you’ll make. It’s crucial to ensure a smooth transaction without unexpected costs. From our experience, most settlement challenges are related to financing, negative building and pest reports, or simply transferring keys promptly. The sooner we get involved, the better to keep your settlement on track.


We can assist with:

  • Conducting government agency property searches
  • Arranging pool, building, and pest inspections to meet contract conditions
  • Performing pre-settlement inspections
  • Understanding your obligations if you’re buying a unit or townhouse
  • Guiding you through ‘off the plan’ purchases
  • Providing information on proposed covenants and easements
  • Negotiating prices
  • Liaising with banks and financiers
  • Assisting brokers to ensure a smooth process
  • Helping you understand contract conditions
  • Keeping the process on track for settlement on the agreed date


Our property law team is well-versed in property legislation, ensuring your residential or investment purchase is in safe hands.

Selling a property?

Selling a residential property can be more complex than it appears. Sellers must fulfil specific legal obligations between contract execution and completion. We’ll help you manage your financial and legal obligations and keep things on track.

For sellers, consider the following:

• Sustainability Declarations

Misleading information in these declarations can lead to contractual breaches and compensation awarded to the buyer
• Safety Switches

Sellers have specific legal requirements regarding safety switches, and declarations must be made in transfer documents
• Smoke Alarms

Your alarms should meet current regulations
• Pool Safety Certificates

A licensed pool safety inspector must provide a pool safety certificate before settlement when selling a home.

Our property law team has extensive knowledge of the potential pitfalls when selling a residential property, and are here to help facilitate a smooth transaction.

Together, we can find a way forward. Contact us today to find out how we can help.