C & C Conveyancing

One of the Southwests most respected Settlement Agencies

U 3/ 2 Victoria Street, Bunbury WA 6230

Website(08) 9791 2733
About Us

C&C Conveyancing is an independent Real Estate Settlement Agency with extensive industry experience. We are committed to providing all our clients both long standing and new with outstanding personlised service combined with professionalism, honesty and integrity. Settlement and Property Transactions can be a complicated process and unfortunately not all Settlements go to plan.

In these instances it is vitally important that a client has the confidence and trust in their Conveyancer that they have both the knowledge and expertise to deal with any issues in fast and efficient manner. The professional team at C& C Conveyancing makes it a priority to provide this peace of mind to their valued clients.

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About Us

Established in 1993 by Carol Moar, C&C Conveyancing is an independently owned and operated Real Estate Settlement Agency that prides itself on knowledgeable, personalized service. Based in Bunbury, C&C Conveyancing has quickly grown to be one of the most respected Settlement Agencies in the Southwest and now handle property transactions from all over Western Australia.

Our professional team has more than 90 years of combined experience in the industry and with our commitment to the ongoing training of our staff our clients can be assured that they will be provided with benchmark service and expertise.

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C&C Conveyancing handle all forms of settlement and conveyancing including:

Residential Property Settlements

Rural and Farm Settlements

Land, Strata Title and Property Sub-divisions & Development

Vacant Land Conveyancing

Commercial Property Settlements

Strata Title Property Settlements

Title Searches & Document Lodgement

Private Sales

Related Party Transfers

Survivorship / Transmission Applications / Deceased Estates

Change of Name / Title Particulars

Marriage Dissolution/Divorce Settlements

First Home Buyers

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Important Information
  • Buyer Check List
  • Seller Checklist
  • Moving Checklist
  • Fees & Duty
  • RCD Fact Sheet
  • Glossary of Terms
  • Helpful Links

  • Australian Institute of Conveyancers
  • Landgate

Department of Consumer and Employment Protection

Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Foreign Investments Review Board

Builders Registration Board

Pool and Spa Safety

Title Insurance

Smoke Alarms

Q: How much will settlement cost?
This is of course entirely dependant on the cost of your purchase, please click here to see our Fee Schedule document, it is in PDF format and can be viewed, saved and /or printed.
Why do I have to pay stamp duty prior to settlement?
All real estate transactions are governed by the "Offer & Acceptance Contract" together with the Joint Form of General Conditions (as amended from time to time).
Do I have to attend settlement?
No, your settlement agent will attend settlement for you as part of the fees you pay for their services.
When can I re-inspect my property?
Your real estate agent should contact you at least one week prior to settlement to arrange for a final inspection.
When Do I Get Possession?
If the property you are purchasing is vacant a buyer may be able to take possession on the day of Settlement. If the Seller is occupying the property then they are entitled to remain in occupation of the property until noon the day after Settlement.