What can go wrong?

Remember that conveyancing is mainly to transfer the land component. The buildings are just 'improvements'. The state government guarantees title details but not the buildings on the land. The old saying caveat emptor (buyer beware) is vital for real estate purchasers.

You are already ahead of any solicitor/conveyancer because you have seen and inspected the property and neighbourhood. You may have even met some of your future neighbours and picked up some local knowledge. The solicitor/conveyancer would not have moved out of their office for your transaction.

What can go wrong?

Remember that conveyancing is mainly to transfer the land component. The buildings are just 'improvements'. The state government guarantees title details but not the buildings on the land. The old saying caveat emptor (buyer beware) is vital for real estate purchasers.

You are already ahead of any solicitor/conveyancer because you have seen and inspected the property and neighbourhood. You may have even met some of your future neighbours and picked up some local knowledge. The solicitor/conveyancer would not have moved out of their office for your transaction.