Purchasing a home is a huge investment, there’s no other asset that can help you build wealth more consistently than real estate. The right property will increase in value over time, allowing you to get high returns in the future. Finding the “right” property may seem like a given, but it can be quite easy […]
Melbourne property market
Well, that’s a wrap on another crazy year in the Melbourne real estate market! With the last auctions held on Saturday 17th December, agents have stuck on their final sold stickers for 2022. Those who missed out will likely need to wait until next year (although we are seeing a rise in off-market and pre-market opportunities
by Carly Susic, Melbourne property advocate With 2022 now well underway, many buyers and vendors are asking me: ‘where is the Melbourne property market headed in 2022?’ After the epic highs and lows of the previous two years, we’re hoping for a calmer year. However, with speculation around interest rates and a
by Carly Susic Looking for comprehensive and up-to-date Melbourne housing market analysis? As independent property advocates, we see all sides of the market. We listen to what vendors are saying, speak to buyers about what they want, and closely observe what agents are doing. So if you want to buy or sell a house in
by Carly Susic Are you wondering what’s happening with the Melbourne property market? As lockdown begins again in July, inspections have moved again to private one-on-one inspections and online-only auctions. We have been here before but this lockdown is different ….we’re now officially in recession. Plus, many homeowners had already put plans to sell on
Many are asking us how will coronavirus hit the property market in Melbourne. Naturally, the current circumstances are unlike anything we’ve witnessed in our lifetime, let alone in our combined 40 years of real estate experience.
What’s been happening in the Melbourne real estate market over spring? Spring is typically a bumper real estate season in Melbourne. But, school holidays, footy finals and spring racing cause minor disruptions to the season. As we’ve followed a sluggish winter season, vendors have been slow to put homes on the market. This has forced