Conveyancing Resource Centre
Will conveyancing take a long time?
The typical question ‘how long is a piece of string’ comes to mind when answering this question as it really depends upon the length of the contract.
In most cases, conveyancing itself takes between 4 weeks to 8 weeks depending on the point of engagement.
The length of time that it will take really depends on the nature of many factors, such as the settlement period and where you are in the conveyancing timeline. Delays can also occur in circumstances where there are adverse results from searches, you are experiencing difficulties from your financier, or there is a delay in the return of searches.
Searches for example can take anywhere between 3 days to 15 days depending on what you are seeking.
For a general timeline of events, click here.
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