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#TVLawyer Episode 8: How Residential Conveyancers Help Secure Your Dream Home

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Melinda Giles

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In the eighth episode of the #TVLawyer Podcast, Melinda Giles speaks to Giles Wilson Conveyancing Executive Jodie O’Regan about the value solicitors provide during the house moving process.

With so much to think about, countless questions to answer, and reams of paperwork to complete, relocating to a new home can be an incredibly stressful experience for anyone – no matter if you are a first-time buyer, or someone who has moved multiple times before.

As a valued member of Giles Wilson’s expert conveyancing team, Jodie O’Regan knows first-hand why residential conveyancers are so important. Here she speaks to Melinda Giles about how they not only guide individuals through this complex process, but ensure they have all of the information they need to make an informed investment.

In this episode, they discuss:

  • How residential conveyancers streamline the home buying process

  • The legal aspects to consider before purchasing a property

  • Why conveyancing is so valuable for prospective owners

  • How people can get more clarity on Stamp Duty

  • The legal duties that sellers and estate agents must adhere to

  • Why completing contracts takes time

  • The essential work conveyancers fulfil after moving day

Listen to their thoughts on these subjects and much more – watch Episode 8 of the #TVLawyer podcast now on YouTube.

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