How we're supporting
our community.

We’re proud to work with communities across Newcastle & The Hunter Valley to support events and activities. Sponsorships and partnerships enable us to support our communities and educate people about all aspects of property law.

Cody McKay Motorsports

Cody Mckay is a proud Novocastrian, small business owner, and motorsport enthusiast. Since he began racing as a teenager, Cody McKay has worked his way up the ranks from karts to cars.

Cody has competed at the V8 Supercars and TCR Australia as as well as the Touring Car Masters and Aussie Racing Cars.

Off the track Cody spends most of his time running his business, Radical Mechanical.

Stories of our Town tells the story of the history of Newcastle, told by those who lived it.

Musician, historian, director and TV personality Chit Chat von Loopin Stab along with Tony Whittaker of Carnivore Films have already produced twelve films, and have several more on the way. Each film provides a unique look of the rich history of Newcastle.

In 1962 an informal football game was held at Smith Park in Hamilton, Newcastle. It was organised by Italian newcomers with a mutual affection for the game. Realising their passion, the group took a proposal to the local federation, and in 1963 Hamilton Azzurri was born.

The team eventually settled at Whitebridge Oval (renaming it Lisle Carr), and the Charlestown Azzurri Football Club was born. We proudly sponsor the NPL Men’s First Grade side.

Have a question? We can help.

The cost of a conveyancer, excluding third-party fees, can range between $1,800-$2,500, depending on the matter.

On top of this fee, you will be required to pay for disbursements. These are fees that have been paid on your behalf by the conveyancer that are reimbursed. These include searches or certificates that disclose rates, amounts owed, and the history of your property.

The legal work involved in preparing the sales contract, mortgage and other related documents, is called conveyancing. Unless you are a licensed conveyancer or solicitor, you’ll need to engage one.
Looking for a conveyancer near me? A solicitor or conveyancer’s local knowledge of the area is always something that could prove to be useful and of a benefit to you in your sale, however, conveyancing is very widely done across NSW and knowledge of the area is not specifically required.

You’ll need either a licensed conveyancer or a solicitor to help. A very common question people ask us is ‘what is the difference between a Solicitor and Conveyancer, and which one should I use?’

Which you choose is up to you – read our article for more information.

We recommend engaging a conveyancer as early as possible. In NSW, conveyancing is required before you put a house on the market.

When buying or selling a property, you need the right team behind you. It’s emotional, and things often move quickly. We move fast because we never underestimate the importance of our role and it’s impact on your future.

Apart from ensuring you have the right conveyancer behind you, property searches could include a problem with the property you are trying to buy.

Several other scenarios could be uncovered during these checks, such as the risk of mine subsidence to the property, or the mortgage lender reporting that the property value is not worth what you are able to borrow.