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Queensland scraps paperwork in new digital property transaction system

Posted on 17/12/2015 by Christie Patten
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Queensland’s real estate industry is scrapping property transaction paperwork and stepping into the digital age with e-Conveyancing, which took effect on December 16.

Queensland’s real estate industry is scrapping property transaction paperwork and stepping into the digital age with e-Conveyancing, which took effect on December 16.

The digital transition will remove paperwork for Queensland home buyers and sellers, thereby reducing the risk of human error.

The property exchange network known as PEXA connects buyers, vendors, lawyers and banks into one collaborative workplace system where they can virtually interact.

Brisbane-based GlobalX Legal Solutions chief executive officer Peter Maloney said PEXA’s launch meant assurance of property settlement.

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Queensland’s real estate industry is scrapping property transaction paperwork and stepping into the digital age with e-Conveyancing, which took effect on December 16.

The digital transition will remove paperwork for Queensland home buyers and sellers, thereby reducing the risk of human error.

The property exchange network known as PEXA connects buyers, vendors, lawyers and banks into one collaborative workplace system where they can virtually interact.

Queensland’s real estate industry is scrapping property transaction paperwork and stepping into the digital age with e-Conveyancing, which took effect on December 16.

The digital transition will remove paperwork for Queensland home buyers and sellers, thereby reducing the risk of human error.

The property exchange network known as PEXA connects buyers, vendors, lawyers and banks into one collaborative workplace system where they can virtually interact.