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Service Area: Kilmore, 3764
37°17′0″S 144°57′0″E
Phone Number: 1800 532 326
Business Name: LEAD CONVEYANCING
Status: Registered
Holder Name: Lead Legal Services Pty Ltd
ABN: 86 640 514 558
ACN: 640 514 558
Category: Conveyancer
Services: Kilmore Property Solicitor
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Author Biography: Trinh Thai
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Memberships: Law Institute of Victoria
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Kilmore Property Conveyancing Market Update

Kilmore is a local residential community in Victoria not very far from Melbourne. It has a local property market, as expected in a residential community where people live and work. Over the last five years, Kilmore has experienced net positive property gains of about 24.4% for the average property cited in the area. However, when compared with the gain recorded by other communities close to it, Kilmore lags behind. The average median home price in Kilmore is $522,500. This price is behind that of properties in other neighbourhoods that post a value increase of at least 12.51%.

The rental market is not doing badly as the average rental price for a house is $390. So should you decide to invest in rental properties, you stand to earn regular income off your investment. As for home sales, the average property put up for sale spends an average of 45 days on the market before it is snapped up by a buyer. As for the local population, Kilmore has a very young demography with the predominant age group ranging between 10-19 years. Hence, many of the homes in the area are occupied by family units. 

Over the last few years, the population has steadily increased, increasing the demand for more homes. So the best type of homes to buy for resale or rental purposes are large family occupied houses or units.

  • Kilmore ranks 129th on the list of high yielding suburbs in Victoria
  • It occupies 438th for suburbs with the highest median property value growth
  • Kilmore properties post a 3.88% returns on rents
  • The average mortgage repayment range is $1400-$1799
  • 74.8% of homes in Kilmore are owner-occupied

Why A Kilmore Conveyancer Is Important

Buying a home in Kilmore is not difficult but completing the documentation process is. That is why smart investors leave the documentation process to professionals to handle because they want to avoid any errors along the way. Conveyance experts are experienced in all aspects of real estate paperwork, and you can rely on them to help you out with all your registration requirements. 

With qualified conveyancers like Lead Conveyancing service, you can rest assured knowing fully well that the transfer of ownership from the old owner to you will be done without stress, and the title deed will show that you are the new owner of the property.

Facts About Kilmore Conveyancing Service Area

Kilmore is a small town in the State of Victoria and not very far from Melbourne, which is the capital city of Melbourne state. Kilmore is one of the oldest towns in Victoria with a long history of agricultural activities. Starting as a farming settlement centuries ago, it started witnessing rapid growth much faster than other surrounding settlements by the 1850s. This growth was stimulated because of the area’s unique agricultural features, so much so that its growth matched that of suburbs that were gold mining towns.

According to historical accounts, the original owners of Kilmore were the Taungurong people who lived in Kilmore Plains. The Taungurong were part of the larger Kulin nation who lived in parts of modern Victoria, including areas like Port Bay. As time went on, European Overlander explorers discovered the area. Then on March 21, 1837, Charles Bonnet discovered more territories around Kilmore. The track he made connected with the main Melbourne and Sydney highway and remained so for 139 years. Bonnet settled in Kilmore on June 17, 1837, and built a sheep station and an outstation outside the town. After he settled there, others began to migrate to the area searching for greener pastures, and Kilmore’s modernization took off from there.

Other surrounding suburbs include

  • Walla
  • Broadford
  • Willowmavin
  • Wandong

Things To Do In Kilmore Cheap Conveyancing Solicitor

Kilmore may be one of the oldest suburbs in Victoria, but this town is by no means a traditional hamlet like many will have you believe. It is an area rich in culture and history, and everywhere you look, there is history and culture in full display. Kilmore is blessed with natural and man-made landmarks worth visiting. Here are some places to visit in Kilmore.

Whitburgh Cottage

Whitburgh Cottage is one of the oldest building structures not only in Kilmore but in Victoria. The building was erected in 1853 for William Smeaton, who was a blacksmith and a coachbuilder. This building was occupied by Smeaton’s descendants until 1966. After its erection in 1853, two more rooms were added to the structure. A visit to Whitburgh Cottage brings you closer to the rich history and culture of the town.

Powlett Street

A visit to Powlett street is like taking a walk back in time as the first settlers did. Powlett is filled with old buildings that have unique structural designs. Along the road is a former courthouse built with bluestone, and opposite the courthouse is a red brick police barrack. If you happen to visit Powlett street, don’t fail to stop at Bridley House, which was a residence of the town’s first doctor. Bridley House was built in 1862.

Town Hall

The Town Hall was built in 1894 and is a popular attraction for visitors to the town. Built in 1894, the structure and design of the town hall is similar to that seen with other buildings erected in Kilmore hundreds of years ago.

Kilmore Gaol

Another interesting place we recommend you visit is the legendary Kilmore Gaol. This maximum-security prison was opened in 1859, but decades later, it was converted to a private residence and a butter factory. Today, the Old Gaol is a tourist attraction in the area with regular guided yours conducted for visitors who come around. The gaol has a vast collection of antique items, collectables, and a restaurant on the premises where you can relax and enjoy a nice meal.

Other exciting places in Kilmore include

  • Hudson Park
  • St. Patrick’s Catholic Church
  • Tramway Museum
  • Pyalong
  • Mt. William Winery
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About Kilmore, VIC

Kilmore () is a town in the Australian state of Victoria. Located 65 kilometres (40 mi) north of Melbourne, it is the oldest inland town in Victoria by the combination of age and physical occupation, and because it had unique agricultural attributes to drive that earliest settlement. It grew very rapidly to become four times bigger than its nearest inland rival by 1851. Its spectacular growth continued to match that of the major gold mining towns of Ballarat, Bendigo and Beechworth until at least 1861. == History == The traditional owners of Kilmore and the Kilmore Plains are the Taungurong people, a part of the Kulin nation that inhabited a large portion of central Victoria including Port Phillip Bay and its surrounds. The Tommy McRae artwork held by the National Gallery of Australia depicts the "Kilmore Tribe Holding Corobboree", and a child pioneer of Kilmore, James Hamilton, describes in detail just such a corroboree at Kilmore in 1845.Kilmore was discovered for European use by the famous Overlander and explorer of the Port Phillip District (later Victoria) and South Australia Charles Bonney on about 21 March 1837, at which time he also blazed the track of the Sydney Road to Melbourne. His track formed the main highway between the capital cities for 139 years. Kilmore was settled by Bonney on about 17 June 1837 as a sheep station and he built Bonney's Outstation on the townsite itself. Kilmore would have had its first European building within a couple of days of Bonney's arrival.Bonney's sheep station was unique because the Kilmore Plains on which it was established were permanently watered by three spring-fed creeks and were highly fertile. Thus they were suited for both grazing and high population small acreage farming.

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Peter Notenboom

Lead Conveyancing provided excellent service and expertise from start to finish, I will surely recommend them to all family & friends, 5 star rating is not high enough, they deserve nore stars. Our sincere gratitude to the whole team, their friendly, flexible, & professional approach is exactly what we needed. Outstanding !

Marian George

We recently purchased an apartment in inner city Melbourne, everyone we engaged with at LEAD conveyancing was terrific - responsive, kept us informed every step of the way and very friendly and professional.

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Monica Podesta

Thank you for an excellent job Trinh (Legal Director) and Angel. I could not fault your firms integrity or professionalism. All my queries and questions were answered professionally and in a timely manner. The original quote was adhered to. I would not hesitate to recommend LEAD Conveyancing (Ipswich) based on my experience.