'Exposed to diverse residential transactions throughout NSW including the South Coast and Sydney's Inner West, I enjoy sharing knowledge with my clients, while guiding them through the stages.'

Contact Jacqui Blanke

• Licensed Conveyancer

• Justice of the Peace

ECA Accredited

• Advice and guidance for each stage

Selling or purchasing property is one of the biggest financial transactions of your life. Due to the financial and legal aspects of transferring property, the consequences of making a mistake can be both costly and heartbreaking.

As your Conveyancer my role is critically important in the legal process involved in transferring the title of a property from a seller to a buyer ensuring:
• all legal requirements are met;
• you become the owner without any encumbrances over the title of your property.

With a passion for property I've been actively involved in property investment, development and conveyancing for over 25 years. My clients benefit from knowledge acquired over that time.

With so many recent changes to the legislation, including but not limited to electronic conveyancing through PEXA, Verification of Identity(VOI), Strata regulations, the increased requirements for home owners wishing to sell and homes with swimming pools it pays to have your conveyance managed by someone who stays informed.

We promise professional services with professional results.


Why use a Licensed Conveyancer rather than a Solicitor ...

• A Licensed Conveyancer specialises only in 'real property' related law known as conveyancing. With an in-depth understanding of the law concerning property transactions, I am required to carry professional indemnity insurance, and unlike some solicitors that offer conveyancing I focus solely on all facets of the property transfer instead of other legal matters.
• Should you wish to grant a Power of Attorney to someone in relation to your property purchase or sale I can draft and register this on your behalf.
• A Licensed Conveyancer must have completed a minimum 2 years study at tertiary level on 'real property' law. A Solicitor MAY undertakes 6 months study in relation to 'real property' law during their law degree with 'conveyancing' only an optional elective.
• A Licensed Conveyancer must have at least 2 years supervised practical experience in conveyancing before they can apply for a full conveyancing licence. A solicitor is not required to have any practical training in conveyancing once they are admitted to practice law.
• You will be dealing with the Principal of the conveyancing business. Solicitors often have the assistance of a law clerk, secretary or Licensed Conveyancer to complete the conveyancing transaction on their behalf.
• The cost of services we offer are in most cases 'fixed fee' and considered cheaper than that offered by a Solicitor.


Experience and History ...

• Licensed Conveyancer - Lic 05007249. Advanced Diploma in Conveyancing. Member of Conveyancers Institute of NSW. Justice of the Peace
• Conveyancing experience within Law firms, including working as Lead Conveyancer reporting to principal lawyers.
• Carriage of residential purchases from written review of contracts through to exchange of contracts.
• Off the plan, community title, commercial and rural property, investment properties and property transfer.
• LEAP Office Documents and Accounting; conducting searches, preparing draft Contracts for Sale of Land, settlement adjustments, correspondence with banks, agents, solicitors/conveyancers, booking settlements, post settlement and file completion.

With a background in conveyancing for law firms Jacqui has your conveyancing needs covered.
Licensed Conveyancer. Lic. 05007249. Justice of the Peace. Member Conveyancers Institute of NSW.

 uConvey with confidence