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Paul_Kild

Recommend conveyancer in Brisbane

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Dear all,

Could someone pls recommend a good conveyancing solicitor in Brisbane?

Currently based in London, we will be relocating back to Brissy in September and have now put a verbal offer for a house, which was accepted. Quick Google search returned quite some number of slicitor options. However having a 10 hours of time difference makes it hard to call numbers and choosing the right one. We’ve filled in a couple of online enquiry forms, but none have responded back to us yet..

If someone knows a trustworthy solicitor who we can address by email - pls kindly share one. 

Cheers

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Remember here you have a conveyancer who can do this OR a solicitor, a conveyancer is a lot more reasonable in price.

River City Conveyancing or Think Conveyancing have a good reputation but call around for prices as they can range from $500 - $1300


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Thank you, Pom Queen. I was looking at both having good ratings/feedback on google.

Neither of them have any emails in their contacts. It is difficult for us to reach out to them and discuss as I am also traveling across the Gulf these couple of weeks, where roaming rates are insane and time difference isn’t helping either ;-) 

Would you by any chance have any of their conveyancer’s direct emails? :)

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Also it may be worth while contacting them on FB sometimes you receive a faster service.

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