Andrew Gardiner Law

Buying or selling a house is one of the most important decisions you will ever make, so you need a conveyancing provider you can trust on the Sunshine Coast. Choose high-quality, efficient and cost-effective conveyancing services from the best in the industry.

This is a big statement that we are prepared to back up. With over 25 years of experience in conveyancing, Kellie knows the industry. Because she is a local, she also knows the market, the banks and the agents.

Before you commit, we are happy to discuss your purchase or sale with you free of charge. We will even provide free contract advice before you sign it. Why? Because we want you to have the best possible experience and a seamless contract will help us to act efficiently for you.

Everyone’s circumstances are different, and you may need a special condition included in your contract. We will make sure that your contract satisfies all your requirements.

Give us a call today for a free initial consultation and quote.

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Andrew Gardiner Law

Conveyancing | Client Case Studies

A first-time buyer called about the contract they were about to sign.

After taking time to understand their position, Kellie was able to advise on:

  • The amount of time required for their bank to process their finance application.
  • When they could expect settlement so they could minimise the double-payment concerns of rent and mortgage.
  • Having the seller fix the leaky roof and strained retaining wall before settlement.

As a result, the client saved thousands of dollars and a lot of stress.

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A client wanted to buy land.

Knowing the area, our staff suggested a flood search. Result: The client proceeded, but the purchase price was reduced to reflect the true value of the land.

A married couple were separating and selling their home.

Both lawyers asked Kellie to act for the couple. Why? Having known her for many years, the lawyers trusted that she could handle this sensitive and emotional matter.

First-home buyers in a de facto relationship were very keen to buy.

The bank agreed to the finance. Mum and Dad were giving their daughter the money she needed for the balance of the purchase price. Andrew drew up a loan agreement to protect Mum and Dad (just in case).

A first-time developer wanted to secure a site but was unsure of the next steps.

Andrew prepared an option agreement to minimise risk and tax.

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