Join us Monday August 19th for 12 Awesome tips from Conveyancer Gemma Wallace from Johnston Withers.
Gemma Wallace has been a registered conveyancing practitioner in South Australia since 2003. Beginning her career with Nicholls Gervasi Lawyers and Johnston Withers Lawyers. Gemma extended her practice into the Property Law Industry in her more recent roles as South Australian Business Development Manager for Stewart Title and as a Consultant on projects for organisations within the sector including ID Secure, Australian Institute of Conveyancers and TAFE SA. In 2016 Gemma became a recognised PEXA work space trainer leading the state with her practical knowledge of the e-conveyancing platform and technical ability to deliver the PEXA training in South Australia. In 2018 Gemma was invited to take part in the state government Water Register Reform Round table and continues to be involved in industry discussions on education and reformation within the conveyancing industry.
She now oversees the conveyancing practice and is a senior member of the commercial team at Johnston Withers.
Gemma lives in Murray Bridge with her husband and five boys. When she has a spare moment she enjoys volunteering within the community and travelling. Food and wine appreciation are also high on her agenda.
Bring your pressing questions with you for this informative Property Meeting. Gemma’s topics will include:
- How to develop 2 properties in separate entities or different owners into community titles.
- The process of community titles.
- The process of new land division from conveyancing
- Avoiding defective Form 1’s
- What’s in the Form 1’s.
- Common conditions or clauses for your contracts
- The right to inspect the property the morning of settlement
- The right to hold $2,500 in the event that rubbish and furniture is left behind
- Due diligence clauses
- What happens if you can’t settle an unconditional contract?
- Addendums to the contract
- Extending the cooling off period
- What can go wrong in the settlement process
- PEXA transfers of land – what’s different?
- Question and Answer session.
Make sure you don’t miss this meeting to get some great information relating to any type of property transaction.
Remember, you are always welcome to bring along friends or relatives who are interested in property investing – it is all about networking with like-minded people!