Fees and disbursements for a conveyancing transaction will vary…

depending on the nature of the transaction and if any special matters need to be attended to.

You should obtain a quote from a conveyancer and ask what services are provided for the fee and what other services are provided at an additional cost.

A purchaser will need to budget for the following:

  • Stamp duty, a state government tax based on a purchase price. For some purchases, stamp duty exemptions or concessions may apply. For more information contact RevenueSA on 08 8226 3750 or visit http://www.revenuesa.sa.gov.au. This site has stamp duty calculators.
  • Registration fees on the transfer and the mortgage (if there is one) – Click here.
  • Government search fees – The SA Government Property Interest Report (PIR) and Local Council searches will be required for property purchases. Your conveyancer will advise you what these fees will be.
  • Fees associated completing your e-conveyancing transaction
  • Conveyancer’s fees – these will vary depending on the complexity of the transaction.

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