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Buying or selling a house in Greater Wellington?  Our property lawyers can help you with your house purchase or sale.

Buying and selling a home is one of the biggest transactions of your life. At HomeLegal we make it simple and stress free with our experience, skills and technology.

A feature of our service is approachability, making us the perfect choice for first home buyers. We are all available on our cellphones. Call us anytime.

We know residential conveyancing inside out. It’s what we do. Every transaction is different. Different problems require different solutions.

We work closely with all of the real estate firms and agents in the Wellington region. We can also put you in touch with mortgage brokers, building inspectors and valuers.

HomeLegal is the specialist residential conveyancing division of Gillespie Young Watson, one of the region’s leading property law firms.

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  • Team

    Learn more about our team of Wellington-based property lawyers, and how they can help you buy your home.

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    Conveyancing can often be a complex process - let HomeLegal's property lawyers take care of the detail.

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    Find out about HomeLegal's competitive conveyancing fees for buying and selling your home.

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Recent Blog Posts

  • Types of Property Sale

    December 10 2014

    A property in New Zealand can be placed on the market in a variety of ways.  The type of marketing and sale chosen can indicate how motivated a vendor is to sell.  In ascending order of motivation to sell, the sale types are:

    Property not being marketed
    Offers being sought
    Sale by negotiation
    Asking price given
    Tender
    Buyer Enquiry Over $
    Auction (by owner)
    Auction (mortgagee sale)

    There are other factors which can indicate how motivated a vendor is to sell, such as how much information the vendor is providing on the property, such as a builder’s report, LIM and valuations (to name a few).

    I will focus on numbers 3 to 6 above as they are the most common sales on the market….

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  • location-first-home-buyer

    The saying “location, location, location” applies to whether a particular area meets your personal needs as well as whether a property is a good long-term investment.  First home buyers tend to be less aware of the importance of location than …

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  • first-home-threshold

    Being a first home buyer can be a stressful experience, particularly as there is so much to learn and do before signing an Agreement for Sale and Purchaser for a property.

    Because I am a lawyer that specialises in Conveyancing (buying and selling …

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