See the Business page for commercial property and farm sale and purchase information.
The prices below indicate the average range and base rate you can expect to pay for a standard transaction. These prices are a guide only, to help you budget for your transaction. Please contact us any time to discuss your requirements and scope out a more actual fee for your specific circumstances.
All conveyancing matters require a retainer payment at the time of engagement and full payment of fees by or as part of settlement.
*All prices exclude GST and disbursements.
**Terms and conditions apply.
|Service||Standard Price (from)|
|Sale without a mortgage||$1,500|
|Sale with discharge of one mortgage||$1,800|
|Purchase without a mortgage||$2,000|
|Purchase with one mortgage||$2,500|
|Discharge of mortgage||$500|
|Additional Work||Standard Price|
|Drafting agreement / further terms||$175 to $500|
|Conditional agreement||$175 per condition|
|Advice on agreement||$150 to $300|
|Advice on Title||$100 to $400|
|Advice on LIM||$175 to $400|
|Additional loan/facility agreement||$175 per facility|
|Declaration of identity||$350|
|Deed of nomination||$400|
|HomeStart Grant application||$350|
|Out of town signatories||$200 per person|
|Trustee / company resolutions||$200 to $400|
|Withdrawal of caveat / land charge||$500|
|Tax and RLWT considerations||POA|
|Disbursements||Fee (includes GST)|
|Searches – Certificate of Title, guaranteed search and post-registration confirmation||$6 each|
|Searches – instrument(s) registered on the Title||$6 each|
|Registration – discharge of caveat / notice of claim / existing mortgage||$90 each|
|Registration – transfer of land||$90 each|
|Registration – new mortgage||$90 each|
|Personal Property Security Register (PPSR) search||$2.30 per vendor|
|Auckland District Law Society form of agreement||$63.25 per form|
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