We are a team of experienced property conveyancing lawyers.
We provide fixed fee conveyancing advice to persons buying and selling property. Our services include residential conveyancing, commercial properties, strata, off the plan and rural properties.
You want an experienced lawyer on your side when you are buying or selling property in Ballina. That's where we can help.
We are experienced at navigating the complexities of conveyancing in regional 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 Ballina 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.
Ballina is located in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. It is 740km north of Sydney and 185km south of Brisbane.
Around 46,000 people call Ballina home. Just over 81% of residents in Ballina were born in Australia. This is much higher than the NSW average of about 65% of people born in Australia. Other common ancestries in Ballina include English 3.7%, and New Zealand 1.7%.
In the past 12 months, house prices in Ballina have dropped by about 9%. The median purchase price for a house in Ballina is $895,000 and the median price for a unit is $672,500.
Most properties in Ballina are sold by private treaty and not by auction.
In the past 12 months, a total of 82 houses were sold in Ballina. On average, it took 64 days for a house to sell. There were 71 unit sales in the past 12 months. On average, units spent 62 days on market before they were sold.
For clients looking to purchase an investment property in Ballina, the average weekly rent for houses is $685 per week. This is an increase of about 5% over the past 12 months. The average weekly rent for a unit is $520, which is an increase of about 8% compared to 12 months ago.
1. Natural attractions including coastal beaches and whale watching.
2. Rich history including the Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum.
3. Exploring the Aboriginal cultural heritage.
With over 32 kilometres of coastline to choose from, it's easy to find the ideal swimming or surfing spot in Ballina.
If you're lucky, you might spot some whales if you head out on a tour along the Richmond River. Out of the Blue Adventures runs tours during migration (May through November).
One of the best ways to explore Ballina is on a bike. The area has over 25 kilometres of cycle paths and many companies hire bikes.
Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum has to a vast collection of history and memorabilia. Opening seven days per week, the museum has the largest collection of ship models in Australia, as well as rare and unique shipwreck items. Visitors to the museum can also learn about the fascinating history of the Port of Ballina.
Aboriginal Cultural Ways is located on the Coastal Recreational Path at Angels Beach, East Ballina stretching north along the coastline to Sharpes Beach.
The pathway is set back from the beach, amongst the trees. Along the pathway there are 22 panels of information about the special significance of Ballina's coastline to the Aboriginal people. The panels provide information on historical events, cultural stories, landscape and language.