How To Buy Property Without Stuffing It Up
Well it seems the property market has found it's base. Despite the RBA increasing the cash rate again, the queues at opens are back and buyers are competing for their target property.
The frustrating thing about buying property is that it looks easy . . until you try to do it.
On the surface, it seems you can just select the property you want and then go right up and buy it. Of course . . that's not what happens if you're buying a great property.
Though it can definitely happen if you're buying a lemon, paying too much, buying in a street that is just about to become the new highway, or in an area everyone is selling out of because there's serious and consistent flood risk.
While you might try to get a handle on the best approach to take, most buyers quickly become overwhelmed and strung out between what the media says about the market, what real estate agents are saying, and what your friends and family are telling you to do.
BUT . . .
Wouldn't it be great to have access to the latest and most practical information so you can cut through the noise and buy the property that's best just for you?
Imagine being able to be confident about the price you're offering on a property AND knowing the best way to actually buy it?
ALSO . . . wouldn't it be good to be able to know how to assess properties so you can avoid buying a property that will be a financial nightmare?
We think buyers should have all this information, but when you're not buying on a regular basis it's impossible to keep up with the latest strategies, tools and data that will make buying easier.
That's why we have developed the 'Buyer Success Pack'. Packed with practical information, the Buyer Success Pack covers the four essential components of buying property
- How to pinpoint your property price
- What to inspect at your inspection
- How to make an offer the agents and the vendors will love
- How to win your auction
Want to know more . . . check here . . .
Author: Debra Beck-Mewing
Debra Beck-Mewing is the Founder and CEO of The Property Frontline. She has more than 20 years' experience in buying property Australia-wide, and is skilled in helping buyers use a range of strategies including renovating, granny flats, sub-division and development. Debra is experienced in identifying tailored opportunities, homes and sourcing properties that have multiple uses. She is a Qualified Property Investment Advisor, licensed real estate agent and also holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Business. As a passionate advocate for increasing transparency in the property and wealth industries, Debra is a popular speaker on these topics. She is also an author, podcast host, Editor in Chief of Property Portfolio Magazine and participates on numerous committees including the Property Owners' Association.
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Disclaimer – This information is of a general nature only and does not constitute professional advice. We strongly recommend you seek your own professional advice in relation to your particular circumstances.