Melbourne is a large and spread-out city with beaches and lifestyle properties to the south, older established communities with period homes and renowned private schooling in the city’s east, smaller blocks of terraces and single-fronted workers’ cottages to the north; and a resurgence of popular smaller period homes in its industrial west.
Our local area specialisation ensures that your assigned BuyerX agent lives in and intimately knows the suburbs within Melbourne that you too want to live in. This
means we know all the agents, the best streets, local schools and parks, the shops and traffic and the suburb’stransport and medical facilities. We know everything that you need to know about your ideal suburb, including uncovering properties that are not advertised for sale.
When buying a home in Melbourne, there are three key things we take into consideration.
Firstly, there’s Price. This one is pretty self-explanatory. It’s the budget you are willing to allocate to purchase your home. Knowing your budget parameters will help us determine which of the following two key levers we can adjust to get you into your desired suburb.
Secondly is the Property. The physical characteristics you require in a home. We discuss with you your needs for the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, living areas and floorplan. the building’sondition and quality and its style and construction.
Lastly, the Position (location, suburb, precinct). Key factors to take into account here are streetscape, amenities, transport, commerce, security and demographics.
Most would-be buyers in Melbourne will need to compromise on at least one of these three criteria. Our job as buyer advocates is to understand your situation and future goals well enough to be able to educate you on the best compromises to make. Neglecting to carefully consider one of the three key criteria could leave you stranded in that property forever.