Keeping our clients informed is important to us so we regularly publish our thoughts on topics that will be of interest to anyone involved with commercial property. We call them ‘insights’ and we hope you find them of interest.
Merging with Eastern Conveyancing
The Lease Bureau team is proud to announce that we are merging with Eastern Conveyancing, a leading provider of metropolitan and rural conveyancing for both residential and commercial properties.
This venture with Eastern Conveyancing, based in Marden, further strengthens our position in the property market while maintaining our individual core services. We will continue to trade under our current business names and are each committed to looking after our existing clients with the same high level of care and competence you’ve always known.
Director Sue Andriani established Eastern Conveyancing in 2016, and with over 20 years of experience, is able to assist clients with any conveyancing transaction, including both residential and commercial property settlements, land divisions, deceased estates, family transfers, business transactions and more. Eastern Conveyancing take pride in their customer service and are always up to date with the latest industry developments and technologies to ensure their clients receive the highest level of service.
Established in 1987, The Lease Bureau will continue to provide professional, legally binding lease documents for commercial properties, specialising in shops, offices, warehouses and shopping centres.
We are excited to team up with Sue and The Eastern Conveyancing team, taking advantage of this unique opportunity to extend further into the conveyancing market, utilising our combined skills and always friendly service.
RECEIVE INSIGHTS TO YOUR INBOX
- We are merging with Eastern Conveyancing
- Selling a commercial property - Part 2
- Selling a commercial property - Part 1
- End of Tenant Covid Protections
- Air conditioners
- Post Covid Rent Reviews
- Changes to the Retail and Commercial Leases Act - July 2020
- Code of Conduct "Leasing Principles"
- Why would you give a tenant a Right of Renewal?
- Air Conditioners