What does a NSW conveyancer do?

A NSW conveyancer is a legally qualified person who prepares the transfer of the title of a property from a seller to a buyer. They are a member of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers NSW Division and they are professionals who have been regarded as a Certified Practising Conveyancer (CPC).

Recommended conveyancer for NSW?

Katherine is in the Newcastle area however works with many of our Sydney clients by email, mail and fax so there is no need to meet with her. She is well suited to those of you that prefer to work this way or prefer to talk to someone outside of office hours.

She is without a doubt one of the best conveyancers that we have dealt with and we highly recommend her services for properties anywhere in NSW. In addition to all this Katherine tends to charge less than most conveyancers or solicitors.

Conveyancing fees

Boyd Conveyancing offers a low fee of $1600 for mortgage purchases (capped). However they will give you a discount and reduce the fee by $100 if you mention that you are a customer from the Home Loan Experts.

Please note that GST is not included in these prices and there are disbursements on top of this fee, which can vary accordingly.

Contact Boyd Conveyancing

If you would like to know more about the services Katherine can offer then please contact her directly on the below details:

Katherine Boyd
Boyd Conveyancing
PO Box 237, Belmont NSW 2280 (Newcastle)
Ph: 02 4945 0932
Fax 02 4945 0898
Boyd Conveyancing Website

We are not affiliated with Boyd Conveyancing and do not receive any income from recommending their services. We recommend Katherine because we believe she is one of the best conveyancers we have dealt with in New South Wales.

Lawlab Conveyancing

Lawlab is a highly rated national conveyancing provider whose team have delivered over 40,000 conveyances with a value of over $15 billion.

The team at Lawlab believe that conveyancing should be a stress-free and convenient process for everyone involved, and with this mind have created a new streamlined approach to conveyancing.

They provide:

  • T Lassetter

    Will there be any difference if I used my own conveyancer instead of the one you guys have recommended here?

  • Hi there, you can definitely use a different conveyancer. We have this list here as there are some clients who don’t know a conveyancer and are dealing with them for the first time. These conveyancers are listed based on good feedback left by our clients in the past.

  • jim k

    I’m not entire sure if I want to spend on a conveyancer. I’ve heard we can do these works on our own. Thoughts?

  • Hey jim,

    You can do your own conveyancing work but it’s highly technical and if you make an error and it causes a delay in the settlement process, you may have to pay a penalty, and in a worst case, the other party may even terminate the contract. We always recommend that you use the help of an expert if you aren’t familiar with the conveyancing process.

  • Geikie

    How much can inspections and reports cost? Just planning out my finances here.

  • Hi Geikie,

    A building inspection, pest inspection and a strata report can cost up to $600 in total. Please be sure to discuss these reports with your conveyancer to see if they are required.

  • Rob N

    Do I need a solicitor when selling property? I don’t think this is necessary so can I have a pass on this?

  • Hi Rob,
    Yes, you can sell your home without help from a qualified conveyancer, however, you open yourself up to making mistakes in the settlement process, which can cost you thousands of dollars. Note that DIY conveyancing kits are available online at a cost of around $100 but it can be difficult to find a reputable provider. On top of that, you still have to pay the government costs when transferring the property title.

  • Andrews

    I was checking out this page just to see if my sister is on here. Unfortuantely, she’s not but that’s okay. She was also looking to get a home loan soon but doesn’t know if she can qualify for any discounts. She has a background as a legal professional but now is a solicitor. Any discounts she can qualify for?

  • Hey Andrews,
    Yeah, solicitors along with lawyers and barristers can qualify for special discounts on their home loan. Even other legal professional can be considered though on a case by case basis. These special discounts can include negotiated interest rate discounts, no LMI home loans and others. Please have a look at this page to find out more about this: