13-07-2020 10:30 AM - edited 13-07-2020 11:37 AM
From 3 August 2020, SA will transition all eligible transactions online.
To help you with this transition the Office of the Registrar General, Land Services SA, Revenue SA and PEXA are hosting an Ask us Anything on 21 July 2020 from 2:00PM to 3:00PM ACST.
Simply login to your e-Conveyancing Community account on the day, navigate to this page and post your questions below for a quick response from the experts.
In the meantime, feel free to pre-post your questions which we'll answer on the day, and as always register for our upcoming webinars to boost your skills.
21-07-2020 02:26 PM
Good afternoon everyone! We have a stellar lineup ready to answer your questions. Jenny Cottnam and Samantha Beyer from the ORG, Steve Wilden and Russel McNamara from LSSA, Tom Colmer from Revenue SA and myself from PEXA. If you have any questions please post them below as a reply to the thread
21-07-2020 02:37 PM
There's detailed self determination stamp duty document guides available online. There is also extensive user help throughout the Revenue SA online user portal. Have a look at: www.revenuesa.sa.gov.au and look under stamp duty.
If you need further information please contact the Revenue SA contact centre. If you would like guidance on how to validate the stamp duty in PEXA, please follow our guide when representing a purchaser in a transfer transaction: https://community.pexa.com.au/t5/Help-Centre/Transfer-representing-the-purchaser-in-SA-Help-Centre/b...
21-07-2020 03:44 PM
Sorry I missed you all.
I think you should be commended on being accessible to the industry.
We appreciate your guidance and support as we transition through this period.
22-07-2020 10:57 AM
Is there an area on Community to view each banks different processes when it comes to Pexa?
I believe NAB have a community topic for them specifically also while following the guidelines.
Thank you and to the PEXA team for always being available for us and helping us through the online journey.
22-07-2020 11:51 AM
Once an invitation has been sent is there any way of editing the invitation, ie if the loan reference comes through after you have sent the invitation?
Is there a limit on the amount of saved accounts you can have in PEXA for frequently used accounts, if there is can this be increased?
22-07-2020 11:56 AM
You can find all the major Banks' and Panel Lawyers' transfer guidelines here: https://community.pexa.com.au/t5/Help-Centre/Bank-Transfer-Checklists-tips-Help-Centre/ba-p/6974
These have been designed to help you prepare adequately for your settlement and appropriately sets expectations from the Bank. Happy settling!
Dan @ PEXA
22-07-2020 12:00 PM
There is no limit to the amount of bank accounts you can save.
Unfortunately you are unable to amend an invitation once it has been sent. If the invite is sent in advance of settlement, you should have time to liaise with the participant if there is an amendment to the details on the invite.
Dan @ PEXA