NSW Registered Law Firm, LEAD Conveyancing
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Lead Legal Services Pty Ltd (ABN 86 640 514 558)
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I was extremely happy with the service provided by Lead. Sherry, my solicitor, went above and beyond to get my property settled and make sure everything was in order. Highly recommended.
These guys are amazing. So helpful and efficient. I have had the pleasure of dealing with both Heidi and Simon who were both wonderful. I would definitely recommend them to anyone requiring Conveyancing services.
We've found LEAD Conveyancing to be a very reliable point of contact during our purchasing process and Sherry was very professional and dependable solicitor. The service was very honest, straightforward, and made the entire process much easier.
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Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another that is challenging to do, especially if you are not familiar with the state’s property laws where your desired property is located. That said, engaging a conveyancing solicitor from a registered conveyancing law firm like LEAD Conveyancing is highly recommended before you make an offer to the seller. A conveyancing solicitor will review the contract of sale and ensure that it is well drafted not missing any essential information. Also, a solicitor can provide legal advice that you will definitely need throughout the conveyance.
Adamstown is a suburb of Hunter Valley, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, located within the local government areas of Newcastle City and Lake Macquarie City. The 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics census showed that the suburb has more than 6000 residents, 52% females and 48% males, and the average age of residents is 35 years old, three years younger than the Australian national average age. Precisely 85% of the residents were born in Australia, while the rest were born overseas, particularly in England, New Zealand, Scotland, Italy, Greece, Ireland, China, Germany, South Africa, Egypt, the United States of America, Macedonia, Canada and the Philippines. Religious groups in the suburb are Catholic, Anglican, Uniting Church, Baptist and Buddhism.
Aboriginal Australians called the Awabakal tribe, were the first inhabitants of Adamstown. In 1885, the land officially became a suburb, with its first council being elected after a year and completing its council chambers in 1892. In 1938, it was combined with neighbouring local council areas and what became known as the areas of Greater Newcastle. In 1887, the Adamstown railway station was built with Fernleigh Track, a multi-purpose rail trail near Belmont. The suburb’s railway projects were a joint venture between Newcastle City Council and Lake Macquarie City Council, so the suburb was split between these local government areas.
Currently, more than 25% of houses in Adamstown are fully owned, while approximately 30% are being purchased, and almost 40% are being rented. Typical industries in the suburb are health care and social assistants, retail work, education, public administration, construction, food services, manufacturing, financial and insurance services, and professional and technical services. Some statistics of Adamstown include
Adamstown is located within two renowned local government areas of New South Wales, making it a perfect place to visit or stay during your trip to the attractions of these local councils. You can find fun and exciting areas within the suburb or travel briefly and see what nearby towns offer. In Newcastle, you can visit Glenrock, a nature preserve known for its clifftops, beaches, bike trails and scenic hikes.
Fernleigh Track, a historical rail trail, is an excellent trail to bike, jog, or even walk any time of the day. The track is almost 16 kilometres long with various features along the way like a tunnel, signal boxes, over bridges, level crossings and many more. It is a historical spot worthy of being your venue for daily exercise.
For fresh local produce, go to Newcastle City Farmers Market and get your favourite fruits, plants and vegetable for an affordable price. Aside from being the source of excellent produce, the market is also a place to eat, especially during weekends when you have all the time to bond with your family. Other places you may visit include