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Service Area: Blacktown, 2148
33°46′16″S 150°54′23″E
Phone Number: 1800 532 326
Status: Registered
Holder Name: Lead Legal Services Pty Ltd
ABN: 86 640 514 558
ACN: 640 514 558
Category: Conveyancer
Services: Blacktown Property Solicitor
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Blacktown Property Conveyancing Market Update

Blacktown offers numerous real-estate opportunities. From affordable houses and units to huge mansions, there is a piece of property for everyone. Currently, Blacktown has 213 properties available for sale. Another 258 properties are available for rent. Houses for sale in this suburb vary in price according to the number of bedrooms present. 2 bedroom houses cost $698,000 while 3 bedroom houses are up for sale with a $763,944 price tag. 4 bedroom houses in this suburb cost $860,000. The cost of units in Blacktown differs a bit. A 1 – 2 bedroom unit costs $414,500, while units with 3 bedrooms come at a higher price of $589,000. 

Rental units with one bedroom in Blacktown cost $300 per week. 2 bedroom units cost $360 per week, while 3 bedroom units can go for as much as $430 per week. Rental houses with 2 bedrooms in this suburb cost $350 per week. 3 bedroom houses cost $420 per week while 4 bedroom houses cost $500 per week. It will also interest you to know that Blacktown has a lot of family households. In fact, 16.7% of the population are established couples and families. 

Most households in Blacktown work in professional occupations in Sydney. Others have established businesses in this suburb. Also, the average household pays roughly  $1800 - $2399 per month on mortgage repayments.  In addition, 56.1% of homes in this suburb are owner-occupied, while 36.66% of the population live in rental properties. This is according to the Australian Bureau of statistics. 

The median sale price for houses in Blacktown is $780,000. More so, the median price change over the last 12 months was $12.23%. These are higher than the national average of $495,000 and 4.30% respectively. Furthermore, the median rent is $410 per week. However, the median gross yield for houses stands at 2.7%. 

For units in Blacktown, the figures are different. The median sale price is $510,000 and is higher than the national average of $438,000. For last year, the median price change stood at 5.15%. Rental units, however, have a median rent of $380 per week. As a result, the 3.9% median gross yield for rental units in Blacktown is lower than the national average of 4.63%. If you are looking to invest in Blacktown real estate, the rental market holds tremendous promise. Also, note that

  • The average amount of time a property stays on the market before getting sold in Blacktown is 69 days
  • The average percentage that a sold property has been discounted by in this suburb is -5.18%
  • The current vacancy rate in Blacktown is 2.25%

Why A Blacktown Conveyancer Is Important

Conveyancing service is needed for every other real estate property you purchase in Blacktown. Just in case you didn’t know, the process of transferring the ownership of a legal title of a property from the previous owner or entity to a new owner is known as conveyancing. This process involves a lot of paperwork which can stress out the buyer. A conveyancer is a professional that can help you mitigate all the potential pitfalls. 

The settlement process can go smoothly and successfully when the best conveyancing service is employed. Though conveyancing is not a legal requirement, it is helpful if you want to address every grey area pertaining to a new property. Lead Conveyancing Services is one of the best in this field.

Facts About Blacktown Conveyancing Service Area

Blacktown is the largest town in New South Wales. It is a suburb in Greater Western Sydney and is 34 kilometers away from the Sydney central business district. Blacktown has a population of 47,176 based on the 2016 Census of Population and Housing estimates. This town is said to be the most multicultural locality in Greater Western Sydney. Different groups of the Darug people inhabited this area before the arrival of the Europeans in 1788. Unfortunately, about 50% - 90% of these indigenous people died of smallpox and other diseases brought by the Europeans. 

The first school in Blacktown was opened in 1877. This building is no longer used as a school and has been converted for use as the Visitor Information Centre. Today, numerous schools exist in Blacktown, and a majority of them are government-run. Others are Catholic and private schools. The most common means of transport in Blacktown is by car. Less than 20% of the population use public transport, which includes trains and buses. 

46.1% of people living in Blacktown were born in Australia. People who were born in India and emigrated to this suburb account for about 13.3% of the population. While another 5.4% of the population have origin in the Philippines, 2.5% were born in China. You will also find people born in New Zealand and Fiji living in Blacktown. 

  • Blacktown was established in the year 1821
  • Electricity was introduced to Blacktown in the year 1930
  • The Blacktown Arts Centre is situated on the highest point of land in this suburb

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Blacktown has a rather colorful past, and the prospects of the area seem bright. There are a lot of local attractions in this suburb. More so, you can’t be idle as there are also many things to do and activities to engage in. For example, you can have a hands-on wildlife experience at the Featherdale Sydney Wildlife Park. Over 2000 species of birds, mammals, and reptiles are present in this exotic wildlife park. Additionally, there is a cafe and a retail store to get a great meal and nice items for your keepsake. 

If you love sports, you should visit the Blacktown International Sports Park. This sporting facility is superb and in great condition. It has the essential amenities you need for a fitness workout. There are also enough trees to shade you from the blazing sun on a hot day. On your free days, you can come over and watch a few games. Visit this sports park with your kids and have a wonderful time. 

The Sydney Motorsport Park is regularly upgraded to give you the best motoring experience. You can be a spectator and witness entertaining racing events. However, if you are skillful, you can competitively race around the tracks. This Motorsport Park is owned by the New South Wales government but operated by the Australian Racing Drivers’ Club. Other interesting local attractions in Blacktown include: 

  • Blacktown Arts Centre
  • Prospect Reservoir
  • Blacktown Markets
  • Westpoint Blacktown
  • Blacktown Leisure Centre, Stanhope
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About Blacktown, NSW

Blacktown is a suburb in the City of Blacktown, in Greater Western Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Blacktown is located 34 km (21 mi) west of the Sydney central business district. Blacktown is the largest of any township in New South Wales and is one of the most multicultural places within Greater Sydney. == History == Prior to the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788, the area of today's Blacktown was inhabited by different groups of the Darug people including the Warmuli, based around what is now Prospect, and their neighbours the Gomerigal from the South Creek area and the Wawarawarry from the Eastern Creek area. It is estimated that fifty to ninety percent of the Darug died of smallpox and other introduced diseases within a few years of the British arrival. Governor Arthur Phillip began granting land in the area to white settlers in 1791. In 1819 Governor Lachlan Macquarie granted land to two indigenous men, Colebee and Nurragingy as payment for their service to The Crown, for assisting Cox with the road over the Blue Mountains and in dealing with Aboriginal issues.In 1823, the Native Institution (a school for Aboriginal children) was moved from Parramatta to the site where Richmond Road meets Rooty Hill Road North (this intersection is now in the suburbs of Oakhurst and Glendenning) which was named "The Blacks Town". The institution was then known as Black Town Native Institute and it was synonymous with the stolen generation. Although the institution closed in 1833, the road heading out to the Institute became known as the Black Town Road. In 1860 the Railway Department gave the name of Black Town Road Station to the railway station at the junction of the railway and the Black Town Road, with the name shortening to Blacktown by 1862.The arrival of the railway led to the formation of a town around the station.

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I worked with Angel from Lead Conveyancing and she's delivered beyond what was expected. Her customer service and support throughout the settlement process was excellent despite juggling with the settlement of my 2 investment properties at the same time. Thank you and keep it up - Jess

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