Ryde Minister Victor Dominello publishes 'Home Buyers to Benefit From Digital Conveyancing'
Ryde Minister Victor Dominello publishes 'Home Buyers to Benefit From Digital Conveyancing' in local Ryde Connector April edition newsletter.
Home buyers in Ryde will save time and money when engaging in property transactions, under electronic conveyancing reforms announced in February.
Following extensive industry consultation the Government has committed to a detailed timetable for the introduction of paperless conveyancing. By July 2019 all standard property transactions in NSW will be conducted electronically and all Certificates of Titles will be phased out in favour of e-Titles.
Conveyancing is a critical process in the purchasing or selling of property which can be a life changing experience for a person or a couple. These reforms will save local home buyers time and money by reducing settlement delays, removing reams of unnecessary paperwork and preventing fraud.
Re: Ryde Minister Victor Dominello publishes 'Home Buyers to Benefit From Digital Conveyancing'
Great to see these sorts of communications filtering out through local publications @carlfortu. It is a real advantage if home buyers and sellers are hearing about econveyancing from other avenues, also really helps our lawyers and conveyancers when talking about PEXA to their clients. Good spot Carl.