Conveyancing 101: The Benefits Of Due Diligence
After the house visit, most buyers are usually in a rush to close the deal and become the newest property owners in the neighbourhood. However, conveyancers often advise their clients not to be in a rush since they need to conduct due diligence on the property. Most conveyancers prefer to conduct this activity before you make any commitments. However, if you are in a rush, the conveyancer will perform due diligence during the cooling-off period.