Contact us: +61 3 8640 9002, info@anchorconveyancing.com.au

Pre-Purchase Advice

We offer clients same-day
Pre-Purchase Contract Advice. Be informed about the contractual nature of what you are buying. More details

First Home Owners

We specialise in First Home Owner purchases, working with your Lender to obtain rebates and meet contract deadlines. More details

Our Pricing Policy

We have positioned our flat professional fee at the lower end of the scale, while offering first class knowledge and service. How much?

Business Hours

We are open 9:00am - 5:00pm
Monday to Friday.
Saturday and after hours
appointments by request.

Our mission statement

Buying or selling a property is one of the most expensive transactions that a person undertakes. It is a potential minefield that you need an expert to guide you through.

Anchor Conveyancing's goal is to make this experience safe, friendly and affordable for all our clients through applying exceptional knowledge and experience whilst providing an outstanding level of service.

Latest News

  • Selling a Tenanted Property During Covid-19

    A small warning about Covid-19 and tenanted properties. If you are currently selling a property that is tenanted, we recommend that you insist that the property is sold “subject to lease” even if your tenant is on a month-to-month lease. This is because at the moment it is not possible for an owner to serve on a tenant a Notice to Vacate pursuant to sale, with the process instead now requiring a landlord to proceed only through a tribunal order. For further information, please contact us. Photo by Alex Wong on Unsplash

  • Covid-19 and property searches

    The turnaround for property searches from authorities such as council, land tax, water and owners corporation certificates are currently being affected by the Covid-19 crisis. Typically, the searches will at most take 10 business days to obtain. This mostly affects sellers who wish to urgently prepare a proper S32 Statement for putting their property on the market. For further information, please feel free to contact Anchor Conveyancing. Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

  • Moving home during restrictions

    Victoria currently has stage 3 restrictions in place, this excludes removalists who are deemed essential logistics services. So far, we have not had any reports of clients experiencing difficulty with moving in or out of properties. If stage 4 restriction are announced, which is highly unlikely at this point in time, then some removalist businesses may be affected. We advise that all our clients pay close attention to news development over these times. There have been reports on some additional restrictions and requirements in place for approvals to move in and out of unit buildings, we advise that anyone affected by this should contact their owners corporation managers for specific building information. Photo by Erda Estremera on Unsplash

  • COVID-19 UPDATE

    At Anchor Conveyancing, the health and safety of our clients and staff is of the utmost importance which as a result we are currently working remotely. This allows us to run business as usual at normal hours of Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Phone messages are being monitored, although for the quickest response we ask that you please contact us via email. Please be advised that settlements and removalists are operating as usual. We do caution that some lenders are taking longer to obtain finance approval.

  • Anchor Conveyancing launches free Zoom consultations

    Anchor Conveyancing now offers free Zoom consultations. Should you have any queries about a property or conveyancing matter, contact us by email or phone to arrange an appointment.

Memberships & Community

  • Anchor Conveyancing is a proud member of Victorian Chamber of Commerce

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