The outback NSW town of Nyngan – population 2073 – is the home of Lawlab, a high-volume, paperless, online conveyancing service that has managed $10 billion worth of property transactions nationwide.
What has changed, when do the changes take effect and why have the changed been made? One of our legal specialists tells you everything you need to know about recent stamp duty changes.
Digital signatures are the final barrier to streamlining online property contracts, according to national residential conveyancing business lawlab
iBuyNew, an online property marketplace, has joined forces with national conveyancing service lawlab to help progress technology it has developed. This new technology will allow homebuyers to secure property online without engaging in face-to-face meetings.
Suncorp says it has redesigned the retail journey of financial services in Australia with the opening of its first Concept Store in Parramatta.
When you get to an age where you don’t want roommates anymore, hang a picture anywhere you please and have your money go towards your own investment – not someone else’s – you start thinking about buying your own home.
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Over the past 10 years to 2014, residential real estate investing in Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) has increased from 0.5% of SMSF assets to 3.53%, an analysis of Australian Taxation Office figures by SuperGuide shows.
From 15 August 2016 NSW Real Estate Agents have new responsibilities relating to property inspection reports. What does this mean for Agents?
Investors are jumping on the dual key bandwagon because the yields can be very attractive. But what are the legal risks and how can these be managed?