Buying and selling a property is one of the most significant financial decisions you will make in your lifetime. North Eastern Conveyancing ensures you will have peace of mind knowing that you are in good hands with our experienced conveyancer on board.

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What is Conveyancing and Why it is so important to you?

Conveyancing is the legal transfer of ownership on a property from one person or entity to another. Engage our team of dedicated & dependable conveyancers at experts in a wide range of practice areas so they have the experience and results-driven mindset that you need on your side.

Property Investment with Self-Managed Superannuation Fund?

If you are considering purchasing a property with your Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF), it’s important to understand the rules and conditions as set out by the ATO. Most important to remember is that your SMSF can only be used for investing in property. The property must meet the ‘sole purpose test’ of…

Servicing Across Victoria

Our conveyancing services across Victoria are available online, over the phone and in person. We process your conveyancing transactions through a regulated online platform known as PEXA. PEXA has quicker access to property sale proceeds, secure electronic funds disbursement and near real-time tracking on property settlements.

Our team will guide you through this electronic process because we all understand how overwhelming it can be!

About Us

Based in Plenty, Victoria, North Eastern Conveyancing prides itself on providing high quality and personable services. We provide property conveyancing services and consultation across Victoria. We can help you through the process of buying and selling property, transferring and modifying existing titles.

Licensed Conveyancer Plenty Road Victoria

North Eastern Conveyancing is owned and operated by Julie Veal. Julie has over 20 years of experience in Conveyancing working in both city and country-based law firms. She holds a Conveyancing Licence and has Professional Indemnity Insurance as required by the Conveyancers Act 2006.

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