Conveyancing Fees

Purchasing or selling a property is a major financial decision. Speak to our conveyancers and property lawyers to ensure the transaction is smooth and you get the best deal.

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Our conveyancing fees are based on a number of factors, including the complexity of the transaction, the location of the property, and the amount of work involved.

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A fixed fee component starting at $800 plus GST
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A variable component of $400-500 plus GST (depending on disbursements).
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Additional fees may be applicable if the services provided falls outside the scope of a standard conveyance.
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Please see our standard conveyance costs disclosure statement for a full breakdown of costs and disbursements.

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Property transactions: Be prepared for these costs

Whether you are buying or selling a property, there are a number of costs that you need to be aware of and budget for. These costs can vary depending on the property and the location, but they typically include government fees, real estate agent fees, and bank fees.

Government fees may include the following:

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Additional costs to consider when buying or selling property

You may also incur these costs:

Contact our office for a full breakdown of fees and disbursements.

Frequently asked questions

We are here to help you with all of your legal and conveyancing needs. Below, you will find answers to some of the most critical questions that people have about the conveyancing process.

Our conveyancing fees for a standard purchase or sale are as follows:

  • Purchase or sale: $800 (plus GST) plus disbursements for purchases up to $750,000.
  • Purchase or sale: $1,000 (plus GST) plus disbursements for purchases between $750,000 and $1.5 million.


Disbursements are out-of-pocket expenses and typically range from $400 to $500. They include the following:

  • Title search
  • Council search
  • Water search
  • State Revenue Office land tax search
  • Settlement agent fees (PEXA lodgment fees in case of electronic settlement)


Please refer to our standard costs disclosure statement for further information.

We charge $160 (inclusive of GST) to review a standard contract of sale and section 32. We charge $330 (inclusive of GST) to review an off the plan contract of sale.

Our findings are discussed over a phone call, rather than in a written response. We aim to provide a turnaround time of 1-2 business days, but this may vary depending on the complexity of the contract of sale and our availability.

As a complimentary service, we may be able to review your first contract of sale and section 32 free of charge. This is subject to our schedule and the complexity of the documents.

Please refer to our standard costs disclosure statement for further information.

Our fixed-fee is calculated based on a number of factors, including:

  • The time and resources required to complete the matter: We estimate the amount of time that our lawyers and staff will need to spend on your matter, as well as the resources that will be required. This includes things like research, drafting documents, and attending meetings.
  • The level of legal involvement required: We consider the complexity of your matter and the level of legal expertise that will be required. For example, a simple conveyancing matter will require less legal involvement than a complex commercial transaction.
  • The risk management and compliance requirements: We factor in the risk management and compliance requirements for your matter. This includes things like conducting due diligence and ensuring that all relevant laws and regulations are complied with.
  • Office costs: We also factor in the costs of our office, such as postage, phone calls and photocopying.


We believe that our fixed-fee provides our clients with certainty and transparency. It also allows us to budget our time and resources effectively, which in turn helps us to provide our clients with the best possible service.

Our standard conveyancing retainer covers the work required for a typical residential property transaction. If the work required exceeds the scope of a standard conveyance, we will charge additional fees.

These additional fees will be charged at either a pre-negotiated fixed rate or our hourly rate of $400 (plus GST). We will notify you before you incur any additional charges.

The following are some examples of circumstances where additional fees may be charged:

  • The property is complex or unusual.
  • The transaction is time-sensitive.
  • There are unforeseen legal issues that arise during the transaction.
  • The client requests additional services that are outside the scope of a standard conveyance.


We believe that our approach to additional fees is fair and transparent. We want to ensure that our clients are aware of the potential costs involved in their property transaction, and we want to avoid any surprises.