Real Estate Law on the Sunshine Coast
Residential and commercial property owners, buyers, lenders, landlords and investors need to protect their lives’ biggest investments. Whether you use a real estate agent or us to negotiate your deal, we make sure the deal happens. We can prevent unintended tax consequences, sloppy contracts and confusion before problems occur.
Purchasing or selling property, whether it’s residential or commercial, is an exciting milestone.
We understand it’s a big moment, and we aim to make it as easy as possible. Many people turn to a notary for their legal needs when it comes to real estate; but they’re only able to give legal advice in the areas of law that they are entitled to practice, which can be fairly limited. Lawyers have the expertise and understanding to analyze how the law applies to your unique situation. Simple documents are often not so simple, and knowing you’re covered is important.
We take the confusion out of buying and selling.
Our staff has years of experience helping new home owners and business professionals alike seamlessly navigate the buying experience. We endearingly call one staff member the “Conveyancing Queen of the Sunshine Coast”. We take the confusion out of buying and selling, transferring the title of your home, getting a mortgage, or refinancing an existing one, and allow you to focus on the excitement of the purchase or sale.
When it comes to commercial real estate, we help business owners with their leases, contracts and issues with commercial tenancies. Our work also includes issues related to strata plans and zoning, and land development.
- Residential Purchases
- Residential Sales
- Residential Refinancing
- Residential real estate subdivisions, easements, covenants and developments
- Strata developments
- Commercial real estate subdivisions and developments
- Co-ownership Agreements
- Commercial Properties
- Drafting and filing disclosure statements
- Land use planning
- Property boundary adjustments and consolidations
- Development vehicle structures, including joint ventures and limited partnerships
- Land assemblies
- Negotiating and drafting servicing and access agreements