Our fees are listed below and are inclusive of GST. We charge a fixed (or flat) fee.  We do not charge extra for photocopying, faxing or phone calls, but you reimburse us for things we pay on your behalf such as title and property searches.

We offer quality and in-depth expertise at an affordable price. If you are selling you want a watertight contract. If you are buying, you want an expert who will “run the ruler” on the property you want to buy.  You can get cheap conveyancing and leasing, but you do get what you pay for.

We are happy to negotiate a different fee with you in which case we will give you a quote before you make any commitment.




Sale or purchase of established property

$2,750 for properties up to $5 Million

(For vendors, this fee includes preparing the contract for sale.  For purchasers, this fee includes a written contract review)

Off-the-plan purchases

$3,300 for properties up to $5 Million

(This fee includes a written contract review)

Contract review only (no conveyancing)
(A report advising on the contract for sale terms and property title).

$550 for standard contract

$1,650 for off-the-plan contract

Preparing Loan Agreement

Fee starts at $1,100

Preparing Mortgage

Fee starts at $1,100

Sale, purchase or other transaction with price or value over $5 Million

Fee on application




Option Deed

Fee starts at $3,300

Joint Venture Agreement

Fee starts at $3,300

Residential Building Contract Review

Fee starts at $1,650

Commercial Building Contract Review

Fee starts at $5,500

For selling off-the-plan or for easements, restrictive covenants, access agreements, property deeds and any other property-related matter.

Please call or email for a quote tailored to your needs


commercial, industrial & retail




Fee starts at $3,300


Fee starts at $3,300 plus $550 per lease review (if property is leased)

Lease, sublease or agreement for lease

Fee starts at $2,200


As well as paying our fees, you reimburse our out-of-pocket expenses, which may include title searches, title documents, property certificates from various government departments and settlement costs. For a typical conveyance of a house or unit on a single title, the out-of-pocket expenses usually range between $250 and $500.

We can also order pest and building inspection reports, strata inspection reports and surveys.

We not not add any mark-up on the out-of-pocket expenses to them. Rest assured, we do not charge you for internal office expenses like photocopying, faxing and telephone calls as some other lawyers may do.

We accept payment by EFT, credit or debit card (VISA or Mastercard) or by cheque. For a normal conveyance, you pay our fees in two instalments: on exchange of contracts and at settlement.  For other work, we invoice on a monthly basis.

In buying a property, stamp duty is the biggest cost other than the purchase price.  Stamp duty must be paid within 3 months from exchange of contracts or by settlement, whichever is earlier. Normally, settlement is 6 weeks from exchange.