Peregrine Conveyancing

Selling a Property

It’s time to move, let us help you on your way

There are a lot of moving parts when selling your property. Let us manage the details.

What we manage for you:


Prepare your contract for sale

Your Agent

Liaise with your selling agent to ensure the contract is ready for market


Negotiate terms of the contract with buyers and oversee exchange of contracts


Liaise with the banks, land registry and council

Transfer of Title

Ensure transfer of title at settlement


Don’t take our word for it

Professional from start to finish. I sold at auction and then purchased a new property. Kylie and Jared from Dott & Crossitt assisted me with all my conveyancing needs. They organised settlement without a hitch it seemed on the same day. Every question or concern I had was answered quickly. Kylie was the superstar who looked after everything.

Jan L

November 3, 2023

Good advice during the entire process. Very prompt with any help I needed. Friendly. Smooth and simple.

Simon Truscott

November 3, 2023

Very happy with their service.

John PC

November 10, 2023

Rosyln and Megan from Dott it and Cross it are amazing solicitors. They have both worked tirelessly to help me achieve my financial goals. They are both professional, easy to talk to and friendly. I could not recommend them and their Sydney team enough. Thank you!

Stacey Jane

November 13, 2023

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Frequently Asked Questions

In legal terms, conveyancing is the process of transferring the title of a property from one person to another, following the sale of a property. A conveyancer is there to ensure you meet all of the legal obligations required as part of that process, as a buyer or seller. At Dott & Crossitt, we know this process can seem complicated, and there are a lot of moving parts, but we pride ourselves on being in the detail, so our clients don’t have to be.
Yes. A conveyancer (or a solicitor) undertakes the steps required to ensure you have met all of your legal obligations when buying or selling a home. While it may have been possible for a non-qualified individual to ‘do their own conveyancing’ in the past, changes to the electronic settlement laws now mean it is essentially impossible not to involve a conveyancer or solicitor in your transaction. But don’t worry you’re in good hands with us.
A conveyancer is qualified to do all things necessary to facilitate the transfer of property to or from you. This includes providing review and advice on the contract for sale. A solicitor is also qualified to review the contract but can additionally assist in enforcing the contracts through litigation or pre-litigation procedures. Needing this is rare, but it is good to have a solicitor in your corner if you need, and at Dott & Crossitt, we have both.
Dott & Crossitt is a conveyancing franchise with access to solicitors. The benefit of this, is that if issues arise throughout the sale or purchase of a property that requires litigation or pre litigation procedures, our solicitors are on hand to help.
Generally, we operate on a fixed fee model. We let you know what you can expect to pay up front, to ensure there are no surprises along the way. We believe trust is an important part of any relationship, and buying and selling a home should have that same inherent thread. With Dott & Crossitt, we ensure you know what you need to, and take care of everything else behind the scenes. You can trust we will do what we say we will, and be in the detail so you don’t have to be.
We recommend you engage us when you have engaged a real estate agent to sell your home. We can draft your contract of sale for the property and also work with you through to settlement to ensure you have met all of your legal obligations.
Yes we can.

We understand that buying or selling a house doesn’t work on a nine to five schedule, and neither do we. We are available to support you in your purchase or sale whenever you need us, no matter the day or time. Get in touch.

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