Never pay more than what is needed! 

Everything is negotiable!

Sales agents get training in Negotiation Skills on a weekly basis and they practise it every day in the field! How about you? How many properties you have purchased in last 2 years?



If you’ve found the perfect property, but are unsure of how to secure it, our Negotiation service is for you. Here we analyse, value, negotiate and/or bid at auction a successful purchase of a property.

Ask the right questions.

We ensure we gather as much information as possible for your benefit and put you in the best possible position by making sure all the right questions are asked and background checks are completed, such as:
How long has the property been on the market?
What the interest has been from potential buyers?
What real estate agents have been quoting to buyers?
What information has real estate agents been saying to buyers?
How much the property is worth?
Have there been any prior offers made?
What other terms and conditions Vendor is looking for?
What other features, characteristics, legal/zoning/owner corporation matters that may add value or decrease the value of a property?

- Frequently Asked Questions -

What's Negative Gearing?

A property is negatively geared when the costs of owning it – interest on the loan, bank charges, maintenance, repairs and capital depreciation – exceeds the income it produces. Simply put, your investment must make a loss before you can claim a tax benefit.

What’s Positive Gearing?

You can also positively gear a property. This occurs when the investment income exceeds your interest expense (and other possible deductions). Note that you may be subject to additional tax on any income derived from a positively geared investment.

You should also consider any other costs involved when deciding on your investment property strategy.

What is Equity?

Equity is the difference between the bank or lender’s valuation of your property, and the debt that you owe on it.

Can I use Equity from My Current Home to Invest in another Property?

Yes. Using the equity from a home that you already own may mean that you won’t need a deposit to fund the purchase of your investment property. Instead, your existing home’s equity may be used.
Your equity – the difference between your home’s market value and the balance of your mortgage – is likely to have increased over the years you’ve owned your home.

Do I Need a Property Investment Planner, Investment Advisor or an Accountant?

Property Buyers Agent cant give advice on your individual finance matters. It is good to have a property investment planner, investment advisor or accountant to give you professional advice on navigating your finances.

What Should I Look to Avoid when Buying a Property?

One Industry towns, where growth depends on one activity. Example Mining towns and tourist only dependennt towns, Older houses with no depreciation, expensive features such as swimming pools and heritage-listed properties, as they create problems – especially with compliance.

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