RURAL PROPERTY AND FARM LAND TRANSFERS
Being based in Mount Gambier, and dealing with hundreds of farmers and rural property owners every year in the South East, we intimately know the exact steps you must go through when transferring, buying or selling a farm or rural property.
We understand that your time is valuable, and that your time spent running the day-to-day operations of your farm or rural property is more important than going through dozens of forms and thoroughly reading all the fine print.
We will manage the entire sale/purchase process for you, and ensure everything is compliant with all Australian and South Australian legal requirements including:
We Can Help With:
- Prepare all necessary purchase / sale documentation
- Ensure the transfer of water licences (usually exempt from stamp duty)
- Ensuring that you have fully complied with the Central Irrigation Trust or SA Water Requirements
- Walk In/Walk Out situations with stock, plant and equipment on hand
- Farm equipment, machinery and agricultural chemicals
- Managing the whole process so you don’t have to
RURAL PROPERTY TRANSFERS DIFFER FROM TRADITIONAL RESIDENTIAL TRANSFERS
There are a number of factors to consider when dealing with the transfer of farm land and rural properties that are not an issue for a traditional residential property transfer.
You must take into consideration all of the assets of the property, including the stock, water rights, equipment, machinery and even the agricultural chemicals on hand.
This makes each transfer of rural property unique and the process may vary dramatically depending on the size and scope of and rural property.
As there have been many changes in farming land and rural property market in Australia in the last few decades, alongside the global economic crisis, you need a professional (and local) conveyancer who understands the South East, and knows the exact process to take in all circumstances.
HOW A PROPERTY CONVEYANCER CAN HELP YOU
Whether you’ve been farming for decades or are purchasing your very first piece of rural property, you’ll need to keep up to date with current Australian legislation to ensure everything is correctly done.
Cutting corners with the preparation of documentation is not an option – you need to get the sale process 100% correct.
That is what a conveyancer does. We ensure that the sale or purchase of your rural property goes smoothly.