VIC Registered Law Firm, LEAD Conveyancing
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Lead Legal Services Pty Ltd (ABN 86 640 514 558)
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We found Kristy to be professional, capable and friendly. She made the daunting process of property purchase logical with her easy to understand process procedure. She also helped us avoid a cyber fraud, we will always be in her debt! Thank you Kristy!
Kristy at LEADCONVEYANCING is simply amazing. She was on top of every step of the process and gave us great confidence that our matters were in the safest of hands. I would HIGHLY recommend LEADCONVEYANCING and Kristy in particular.
Lead were very helpful in getting me into my first home. They did all the work and guided me with expert advice. Settlement was a breeze.
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Conveyancing refers to the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another. It is a complex process due to the legal aspects involved throughout the transaction that ordinary people may be unfamiliar with. That said, assistance from a conveyancing solicitor from a registered law firm like LEAD Conveyancing is precious whether you buy or sell a property. This type of lawyer acts as your representative from the commencement until the completion of the transaction, making you navigate the process efficiently and achieve a smooth, successful and happy buying or selling process.
Windsor is a suburb in the southern region of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located within the local government areas of Port Phillip and Stonnington. The 2021 Australian Bureau of Statistics census determined that the suburb has more than 7000 residents, 51% females and 49% males, and the average age of the residents is 34 years old, four years younger than the Australian national average age. More than 50% of the residents were born in Australia, while the rest were born overseas, particularly in Greece, England, New Zealand, China, India, Malaysia, Ireland, Ukraine, the United States of America, Poland, South Africa, Singapore, Russian Federation and Indonesia. Religious groups in the suburb are Catholic, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, Uniting Church and Hinduism, Catholicism being the most common religion.
Windsor was initially called Prahran South before it was changed in 1891, named after Windsor, Berkshire, a historical market in the borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in Berkshire, England. The suburb is often mistaken for Prahran, a neighbouring suburb from the northern direction, due to its history of being within the City of Prahran’s boundaries. The Windsor Post Office was opened in 1886. The post office replaced the one that opened three decades ago, later renamed St Kilda in 1858.
Jobs in Windsor are professionals, managers, clerical workers, administrative assistants, sales associates, community service workers, personal service workers, technicians, merchants, labourers, machine operators and drivers. Almost 20% of the residents work in a professional setting. Furthermore, more than 50% of the residents live in rental accommodation paying an average weekly rent of about $350. Some statistics of Windsor include
Windsor has so much to offer people looking for beautiful places to be with friends and loved ones. The suburb has diverse, exciting spots worth your time during off days. For a quality Asian restaurant within the suburb, visit Hawker Hall along Chapel Street. The well-received restaurant offers Asian classics like noodles, curries and dumplings. They are open daily from noon until late afternoon, serving hundreds of customers day and night without exhaustion.
Chris Gahan Reserve is the perfect location for a weekend bonding with your family. The park has fully-fenced basketball, netball, tennis and other ball game courts. The beautiful thing about this place is that they allow dogs to be off-leash from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. It is located on Hornby Street and is open 24/7.
Alternating Current Art Space along High Street is an art gallery art enthusiasts should not miss when going to Windsor. It is open every weekday from early morning until late afternoon. Make sure you bring your best camera to capture the Instagrammable artwork. Other places you may visit include