To make a more informed, better buying decision and not miss out. The selling agents are there to represent the vendor only, and to maximise the price a buyer pays. Hiring a good buyer advocate to represent you, the buyer, gives you the best possible opportunity to 1) secure your home and 2) secure it at the right price.
Our goal is to minimise the time to purchase, however it does depend largely on your requirements and the homes available. We would always recommend waiting for the right home to present than to buy something quickly that may not be quite right.
Not much at all. Generally 24 hours would be a minimum in order to get required due diligence undertaken. We have tried and tested systems that help with all of this and having two key directors as principal buyer agents ensures balanced views and opinions.
No. However, we do direct you to building inspectors / lawyers / etc. and our ongoing relationship with them (i.e. repeat referral business) is to our clients’ benefit in getting responsive and reliable service.
There are many ways in which we can save you money – strategy, and timing are two examples. Ensuring you don’t buy the wrong home – stamp duty alone is usually 5.5 per cent of the purchase price. You will decide what you pay for a home – not us. We are your pathway to the right information and outcome.
A property that is not advertised publicly (i.e. on the internet, via the newspaper or with a sales board). As a buyer, you need to ask the right questions of the owner/selling agent, as a lot of time, energy and resources can be wasted in trying to buy an off-market home. We can help with this, and provide a buying opportunity that otherwise would not have been available.
Privacy, no upfront expenses (i.e. advertising), timing (i.e. not tied into school holidays), less stress, less preparation needed on the house to make it ready for sale and these are only some of the reasons.
“Listening to what you want, combined with our ability to understand what you need, will help you achieve your desired outcome.”