Singapore Conveyancing Services
Below is a brief description of the various Singapore Conveyancing Services for Singapore Real Estate:
- Purchase of Property
- Sale of Property
- Mortgage or Refinancing of Property
- Redemption of Mortgage
- Transfer of Partial Interest in Property by Sale
- Transfer of Property by way of Gift
- Selective Conveyancing Services in Singapore
Sale of Property
You may have sold or intend to sell your existing Property and finding a Singapore Conveyancing Lawyer to assist you. In a sale, if your property is subject encumbrances (eg. Mortgage), you will need to discharges these on completion. You will also need to consider if the sale of your Singapore Property is subject to Seller’s Stamp Duties. Singapore Conveyancing Fee.
Purchase of Property
If you wish to purchase a Singapore Private Property such as a Condominium, Office unit or Industrial Factory, please select the Purchase Option in the Singapore Conveyancing Fee Quote. You will need to consider the stamp duties payable for the transaction and financing options. It is important to engage a competent Property Lawyer in Singapore to handle your transaction.
Mortgage of Property
If you have an existing Private Property in Singapore (eg. an Office Unit or a Landed), you may wish to refinance the existing Mortgage, or obtain fresh equity loan or banking facilities from a Bank in Singapore. Loh Eben Ong is on the conveyancing panel of major banks in Singapore.
Redemption of Mortgage
Redemption is when you wish to fully repay your existing Mortgage loan, and discharge the existing Mortgage over your Property. For term loan, you may be required to serve a 3 months’ redemption notice or pay 3 months’ interest in lieu. For Redemption, you may use your own funds and/or your CPF funds (if there is an existing CPF Charge). If your Mortgage has been fully repaid and you wish to discharge the Mortgage, you may select the Redemption option.
Gift of Property
You may wish to give your share in a Property to your co-owner or third party. Parties need to consider the legal implications of a gift; stamp duties implication and the existing encumbrances affecting your Property. If you wish to discuss issues relating to Gift, please use our Legal Clinic service. Singapore Conveyancing Fee.
Transfer of Partial Interest by Sale
You may wish to sell your share in a Singapore Property to your co-owner or third party. Contrary to popular belief, the process is not straightforward and depend on your circumstances. Do consider stamp duties implication, financing (for the buyer) and legal costs and expense. You should engage a competent Conveyancing Lawyer to assist you. Singapore Conveyancing Fee.