ENJOY DISCOUNTED CONVEYANCING LAWYER FEES in Singapore
Save up to $900 in conveyancing fees with reputable law firms on all panels of major banks in Singapore. Through our partner law firms, you receive special discounted fees for your new HDB or private property purchase. Maximise savings on your conveyancing and let our mortgage consultants ensure that your property purchase is fuss free and smooth sailing.
WHAT ARE THE Non-discounted CONVEYANCING FEES?
Non discounted conveyancing fees in Singapore are between $2,500 to $3,000 for a new property purchase and around $1,800 to $2,500 for a refinancing including all CPF fees, mortgage stamping, title searches, MCST certification and GST.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY…
What is the conveyancing process like with DollarBack Mortgage?
Before you begin your home loan application process with our mortgage consultants, a partner law firm will contact you directly to confirm your discounted fees and provide information on the entire conveyancing process.
The conveyancing process will begin automatically once your home loan application and letter of offer with desired bank is approved.
Sign the relevant mortgage documents and complete the down payments for your property purchase at the law firm.
Get additional rewards within 1 month from the acceptance of your letter offer and enjoy even greater savings.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, our partner and proxy law firms are on CPF’s panel of approved law firms
Yes, you can use your CPF funds available in your OA account to fully pay for the relevant conveyancing fees
Most definitely. If you feel more comfortable or have a preferred law firm, you can choose to utilise them for your conveyancing. Just take note to ensure that your desired law firm is on the panel of the bank you are getting your mortgage from as well as CPF board.
The full list is exhaustive but the key services to take note of are as follows: mortgage stamping fees, mortgage registration fees, title searches, lawyer fees, transfer registration fees, CPF fees, caveat lodgement and of course, GST.