It is very important that you establish exactly who the owners of the property are going to be before you sign the Contract. Most people buying their principal place of residence will usually buy the property in their joint names. You may need to reconsider this if one of you has a high risk occupation (e.g. lawyer, doctor, accountant or other professional) or one of you is the sole director of a company which operates a business. Sometimes it is better for asset protection purposes that the spouse or partner who is not engaged in any trade or profession that could put them at risk of being sued is the preferred owner of the property.
With over 19 years’ industry experience conducting ACT, NSW and QLD residential conveyancing, Julie has a wealth of knowledge and justified confidence in this area. Julie is thoroughly familiar with all aspects of the conveyancing process, which enables her to anticipate potential delays or other problems and take steps to minimise the prospects of such problems occurring.
Known for her energy, enthusiasm and friendly attitude, Julie understands that her job requires a vigilant attention to detail, which skill she consistently exhibits in all her transactions. Her dedication and commitment to achieving results and delivering exceptional customer service make her a pivotal member of Chamberlains property team.