Property Buying in Melbourne - Where to start?

How to buy your Melbourne property within the next 6 months?

If you have been reading our blogs and Facebook page and posts,  you would have realised that it is the right time to buy your property now.  Things have never looked so good for the property buyer.  

Property prices have been rising faster than wage growth for too long.  For many years, first home buyers have been trying to save up for the 20% down payment, only to realise that, unless you have a fantastic salary or if you are super frugal, saving for that 20% deposit is often impossible.

What has changed?

But the current COVID-19 situation has changed the situation significantly.  Melbourne property prices have been put into hibernation, and had retreated in some areas.  In the past 6 months alone, Melbourne property prices have softened about 5%.  The COVID-19 lockdown in Melbourne has prevented sellers from selling, but seasoned buyers are still buying.  It is a very rare, opportunity for buyers to pick the best from the market, with little to no competition.  Yes, properties are still being sold during the lockdown.

How do they buy it when they cannot inspect?  They do not have to.  Our network of agents have allowed us to have an unprecedented good report of the property.  In most instances, these are far more detailed than the cursory view in virtual property inspections.  Buyers have trusted our service, and bought sight unseen, simply because we are working for the buyers, and we are providing them with unbiased reviews of the properties.

If you have been wanting to get into the property market, jump in before it is too late. 

Remember, the study by Canstar showed that it takes a property buyer an average of between 6 to 12 months to find the right property?  

And buying through our buyer agent service takes an average of only 2 to 3 months?  That means a savings of to over $100,000!  Here's why.

Follow through to the next page to find out what how to start your property search.

Or you can get in touch with us now. 

The property market hibernates from Christmas

Jump in before it's too late.