Velocity Conveyancing - Marketplace Gungahlin
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Velocity Conveyancing

Velocity Conveyancing

Contact details and opening hours
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Opening hours
8:45am - 5:15pm
8:45am - 5:15pm
8:45am - 5:15pm
8:45am - 5:15pm
8:45am - 5:15pm
Shop H29,
30 & 33 Hibberson St, Gunaghlin,
ACT 2912

Velocity Conveyancing was established in 1968: a group of dedicated lawyers focused on providing quality advice and service in residential conveyancing. With numerous office localities and a wide network of lawyers and conveyancers, they are able to practice in conveyancing throughout the ACT, NSW and Victoria.

Professional fees are competitively priced at $1245 inclusive of GST plus the cost of disbursements and a fixed sundry fee for a standard conveyance. For a no-obligation quote visit

Why do I need a conveyancer?
Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of land from one person/entity to another. Once you decide to move ahead with a property transaction, you’ll need to begin the process of conveyancing. 

You need a conveyancer if you are:

  • buying or selling property
  • subdividing land
  • updating a title
  • registering, changing or removing an easement

You do have the option of managing this process yourself. While you may save money with DIY conveyancing – however conveyancing is highly technical and specialised. It will be fairly time consuming and potentially risky doing all the work yourself, unless you’re familiar with the process.

A conveyancer specialises in this process and can provide advice about selling a property, prepare the paperwork and organise the property settlement. They will clearly explain the meaning of each process (deciphering legal speak for you), to ensure you understand what’s happening and the documentation you’re signing. Because they know exactly what they’re doing, they can speed up the process, saving you a lot of stress and allowing you to focus on other things. And because you have an expert on board to handle each step of the process, the risk of the transaction falling through is reduced.