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WHY USE INDUSTRY INSIDER WHEN BUYING YOUR FIRST HOME?
We live and breathe property. It’s everything that we do. And it comes across in the way we speak. We’re helping people succeed and we always do it with enthusiasm and a smile. It’s worth while googling our business and checking out our reviews.
Saving money on your property can be possible when you bring on the knowledge and work ethic of our buyer advocates. We put in the groundwork to make sure you’re not overpaying for a property, negotiating with vendors to see through any tricks they might try on you.
On auction day we take the emotion out of the bidding process, so you never over spend. We will take you through the auction bidding process step-by-step. Just think you can buy a house at auction without even raising a finger.
When you engage Industry Insider, you also have access to our trusted professionals that help with the buying process.
Avoid the $70,000 Mistake First Home Buyers Often make.
1 – Listening to friends or family that have not bought property before. You need to seek advice from people who have actual on the ground experience in the area you want to buy. Independent & local Buyer Agents or Buyer Advocates, can be an excellent starting point. Especially if they have built a portfolio of properties and have results that prove they are experts. When interviewing a professional, ask for experience.
2 – Not identifying your Borrowing Capacity. A strategic Mortgage Broker will be able to help you understand your borrowing capacity. You need to understand what the repayments are and what the next 2-3 years look like for you from a lifestyle and financial point of view. Once you know this, then you should start researching the type of asset class and location that is the best fit for you.
Acknowledgement of Country Industry Insider respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land of which we work, the Bunurong Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nation and pays respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.