13 June 2017 Conveyancing Simplified by RAMS Conveyancing is the formal umbrella term for the legal paperwork that is connected with your home purchase, including the loan, title deed and land plan. Transcript: Greater Together is helping you understand the steps to owning a home. Like conveyancing. Conveyancing is the term used for the process and paperwork required when you buy or sell a property. As a buyer or seller, you'll usually engage a lawyer, or licensed conveyancer, to take care of the conveyancing for you. Between them, the representatives for the buyer and the seller will transfer ownership of the property in the eyes of the law. A good place to start is to ask a friend if they'd recommend the conveyancer that they used when buying their home. The cost of conveyancing can vary depending on the complexity of your purchase, so ask your lawyer or conveyancer for a quote and see if its competitive. Step by step advice on buying a home. It's why we're greater together.