We Auburn's favourite low cost conveyancing lawyers.
We provide fixed fee conveyancing advice to persons buying and selling property. Our services cover any type of property, including houses, units, house and land packages, vacant land, commercial properties and more.
You will need an experienced conveyancing law firm on your side when you buy or sell property in Auburn. That's where we can help.
We are experienced at navigating the complexities of conveyancing in all suburbs across New South Wales.
We don't speak in legal jargon or gloss over the fine print. Our conveyancing lawyers spend one on one time with each client, to provide clear and easy-to-understand legal advice.
No deal is too complex or challenging for our team. Whether you are buying or selling a house, unit, vacant land, farm land or rural property - we can help you!
We welcome the opportunity to discuss your property needs and tell you all about our low fixed fee Auburn conveyancing packages.
We’re not just a company, we’re your team
We had a fantastic experience with Open House Conveyancing especially being first time home buyers. Dennis and Rachael helped us through the process step by step and explained everything in detail. They were always very prompt to respond even after business hours. We would recommend OHC to anyone who is looking for an affordable yet very effective and smooth service.
Dennis was supportive and helpful regarding the sale of my property. He was available and happily answered any questions or concerns I had regarding the sale. Highly recommend Dennis and OHC.
It was seamless and easy using Open House Conveyancing. Definitely would use them again. Thanks Rachael and Dennis.
I wholeheartedly recommend Open House Conveyancing. Racheal and Dennis were totally involved from the get-go offering all advice and assistance to expediate the process, with everything done from my laptop at fair and reasonable fees.
Dennis made the entire process of selling our house, easy. His excellent customer services, guidance on the documentation requirements and responses to our queries were prompt and clear. I would recommend Dennis to anyone for their conveyancing needs. Thank you! Dennis.
I would highly recommend this firm. I would give the firm a high trust rating and intend to engage their services in the near future.
Auburn is located 16 kilometres west of Sydney CBD and is in the local government area of Cumberland City Council.
About 103,000 people live in Auburn and it is a multicultural city. The most common reported ancestries in Auburn are Chinese 18.0%, Lebanese 8.8%, Australian 7.3%, English 6.9% and Korean 5.7%. Almost 36% of residents in Auburn were born in Australia. The next most common countries of birth were China 10.7%, Korea 5.3% and Lebanon 3.8%.
The local council offers many events and activities for residents in the area. These range from playgroups to yoga, table tennis and sewing classes.
In the past 12 months, house prices in Auburn have increased by 2.3%. The median purchase price for a house in Auburn is $1,125,000. A total of 167 houses were sold in Auburn in the past 12 months. On average, a house was on the market for 40 days before it sold.
The median price for a unit is $520,000. This is a 4% increase in prices over the past 12 months. On average, it took 55 days for a unit to sell and there were 275 units sold in Auburn in the past 12 months.
For clients looking to purchase an investment property in Auburn, the average weekly rent for houses is $600 per week. This is an increase of about 20% over the past 12 months. The average weekly rent for a unit is $520, which is an increase of about 30% compared to 12 months ago.
Auburn has a major train station that connects it with key suburbs such as Liverpool, Parramatta and the Sydney CBD.
Constructed during the 1960s, the Western Motorway (also known as the M4) stretches across 51.5km from Homebush to Penrith, passing through Auburn. The M4 is a key road linking Auburn to other suburbs in Sydney.
The suburb is also well-serviced by buses.