Smooth Sailing
Through Property Transfer!

Smooth Sailing

Through Property Transfer!

Make property ownership a breeze.

What Is Conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property from one person to another.
Simplified Conveyancing: A 4-Step Process
Our Seamless & Personalised Process
Initial investigations
to verify ownership
Preparation of
legal documents
Exchange of
contracts
Completion
of transaction

What Is Conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property from one person to another.

Simplified Conveyancing:A 4-Step Process

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Initial investigations to verify ownership
Preparation of legal documents

Exchange of contracts

Completion of transaction

A Simplified 4-Step Process

Why Do You Need It?​

How Do We Help?​

We at Lawhub LLC provide end–to–end services on real estate transactions, covering all the legal aspects of buying or selling your HDB, Private or Commercial property. Our Conveyancing/Real Estate Department has conveyance lawyers in Singapore that handles a variety of real estate transactions such as-

The sale, purchase, lease, mortgage and financing of commercial, industrial, and residential properties representing property developers, corporate clients, financial institutions, and retail customers.

Drafting of tenancy agreements, court orders and managing a variety of other property-related due diligence issues and preparing legal documentation for them.

Dedicated team to handle collective en-bloc sales and purchase projects of varying sizes.

Service Inclusions

As your trusted Property Lawyer in Singapore, we can help:

    • Conducting a title search for potential property purchases.
    • Lodge caveat on the interested property.
    • Negotiating the terms of the contract with the other party’s lawyer.
    • Assist you in financing the purchase with a mortgage and draft the legal paperwork to apply for a loan.
    • Accurately calculate applicable stamp duty on the transaction.
    • Drafting and filing all required legal documents with the Land Titles Office to conclude transaction and register the title to your name.
    • Advise you on the preparation of the property for sale.
    • Guide you through the marketing process of the property.
    • Analysing the viability of offers received.
    • Negotiating the terms of the contract with the buyer’s lawyer.
    • Accurately calculate applicable stamp duty on the transaction.
    • Following receipt of payment, prepare all legal documentation required to transfer ownership title.
    • Drafting various legal documents related to property transfer, such as those involving the transfer of property as a gift, as part of an estate, as a divorce settlement, as a land subdivision, or in any other case.
    • Guide you through the process and paperwork of taking or providing property on lease or rent.
    • Help you with the process of refinancing a mortgage.
    • Drafting of tenancy agreements, court orders or any other government related paperwork on behalf of the client.
    • Dedicated team to handle en-bloc sales and purchase projects of varying sizes.
    • Specialises in dealing with HDB, commercial, industrial, and residential properties on behalf of real estate developers, corporations, financial institutions, and retail clients.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1 Can a foreigner buy property in Singapore?

Foreigners can buy property in Singapore, with certain restrictions:

  1. A foreigner with Permanent Residency status may purchase HDB resale units, subject to fulfilling HDB criteria.
  2. A foreigner can purchase Private residential properties. 
  3. A foreigner can buy Executive condominiums, a public-private unit, only after ten years of construction completion (five years in the case of Permanent Residents).
  4. Foreigners can purchase Landed residential properties, like terrace housing and bungalows.
  5.  Foreigners can purchase Commercial properties such as offices and shops.  
Q.2 What are the common tenancy disputes in Singapore?

These are the top five disputes between the landlord and the tenant in Singapore: 

  1. Failure to pay rent
  2. Damages caused to premises
  3. Refusal to leave after lease termination
  4. Subletting of premises to a third party
  5. Withholding deposits by landlords 
Q.3 Can I recover my deposit if I do not enter the tenancy agreement even after signing the Letter of Intent?

A Letter of Intent (“LOI“) is an agreement to enter into a tenancy agreement later. If it’s stated in LOI that the landlord will forfeit the deposit if the deal falls through, then you cannot recover your deposit.

Q.4 What is a caveat on the property in Singapore?

The caveat intends to notify third parties of your interest in the property. It enables you and your lawyer to be notified of any subsequent dealings affecting the property.

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