We are a conveyancing law firm, offering fixed fee conveyancing in Campbelltown NSW. Our team of lawyers can help with all types of conveyancing matters, from residential and commercial properties to rural and farmland.
We offer an online conveyancing service, so you don't need to attend our office in person. We will communicate with you via phone, email, zoom or any other method you choose.
All of our Campbelltown conveyancing lawyers excel at breaking down complicated legal jargon into clear, easy-to-understand advice.
Our goal is to ensure clients understand and feel comfortable with the conveyancing process.
At Open House Conveyancing, we have worked alongside first home buyers and seasoned investors. No matter who you are and what you're buying or selling, we can help you!
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The town has the perfect mix of old-world charm and modern conveniences
The world-class health services and education facilities
Plenty of outdoor places to explore when you want to escape the hustle of the city
Located on the outskirts of the Sydney metropolitan area, Campbelltown is a bustling community and business hub in the South West.
Traditionally seen as an ideal location for young couples getting their foot in the property market, Campbelltown has transformed into a thriving area.
Campbelltown is well connected to greater Sydney through several major roads and a growing rail network.
Campbelltown has a rich colonial history. The town was named after Elizabeth Campbell, the wife of former Governor of New South Wales, Lachlan Macquarie.
The Campbelltown Heritage and Cultural Walk brochure (available from Campbelltown’s Visitor Information Centre) contains an array of heritage listed buildings to explore, which date back to the early 1800s.
The old-world charm continues with the annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost, which is held every year in November.
According to folklore, a local famer named Frederick Fisher who disappeared in 1826, was seen sitting on a fence railing over a creek south of Campbelltown and pointed to a site where his body was later found to be buried.
The annual festival is held in recognition of Frederick Fisher and includes an annual parade through Queen Street, and a carnival including fairground rides at Bradbury Oval.
The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan is located just off Narellan Road and covers 416 hectares.
In addition to plenty of walking tracks and 20km of mountain biking tracks, the Garden also include picnic areas and an on-site restaurant.
Several events are held in the Garden, including annual Christmas Carols and Food and Wine Festivals. It is also a popular area for locals to hold their wedding.
The average house price in Campbelltown is $815,500 and the average unit price is $477,000. The region has experienced significant growth in price, with a 26% increase in house prices over the past 12 months.
For those in the market for an investment property, houses in Campbelltown rent out for an average of $440 per week, with an annual rental yield of 3.1%, Units are leased for an average of $400 per week with a rental yield of 4.4%.