Unley Conveyancing (UC) is a leading member of the leading Australian conveyancing group. As a leading member company of the Australasian Conveyancing Group it represents the highest echeon of specialist conveyancing expertise, access, integrity, excellence, service and is committed in providing high quality conveyancing services to all property owners across all states and territories in Australia. The uniqueness of Unley Conveyancing in Australia is its focus on the development and management of new build properties. With over 30 years experience in the development and management of sustainable urban centres, Unley leads the way in delivering sustainable development outcomes for its customers. The company has developed its core values and focuses on the implementation of these values in every project from start to finish ensuring that its clients are given the best value for their money both during the construction stage and after. In doing so they create a win-win situation for all involved, which is where the company is recognised for its industry-leading standards.
Why need Unley Conveyancing?
It is also a member of trade bodies such as The Estate Planning Association and the Residential Property Council of Australia. All reputable conveyancers will adhere to these standards and ethics when dealing with the client, as well as providing the required service and advice in line with these standards. These professionals will be accredited by industry bodies such the Comptia Accreditation Centre for Energy & Sustainable Cities (ACE Cannare) and The National Union of Service Providers in the Australian Market (NUSPA). The company is also a signatory to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). In addition, Unley has also signed up to the Australia Forum for Housing Finance and also subscribes to the Global Convention for Building Construction Professionals (GCPCP).
Apart from the reputable conveyancing specialists, the company also has in house solicitors and commercial law experts who provide full legal support and advice during the entire process. The conveyancing solicitors have in house specialist attorneys along with their own team of commercial law experts who handle all matters relating to the conveyancing and lease/share ownership process. They also have over four hundred lawyers across Australia under the company’s umbrella.