Buying a property in Metro Melbourne?

“Times and conditions change so rapidly that we must keep our aim constantly focused on the future.” -Walt Disney
If you have been on the hunt for a home or investment property recently, you would have noticed very few properties on the market. Most likely, you have put your search on hold for the time being.
For those lucky enough to find ‘the one’, you are still not able to physically inspect. Of course, you do not have to physically inspect a property to buy it – some agents are offering video remote inspections – but it would certainly make a big financial decision even harder, and may not provide quite enough confidence to make the purchase decision.

However, there is a possible silver lining… The money you would normally spend on things like petrol, transport, entertainment, and eating out can be put aside to give a boost to your savings. As soon as the market starts to open up, you will have a bigger deposit and be in a stronger buying position.
Contact us if you want to talk about getting yourself in a great position to buy your dream property.

Buying a property in Metro Melbourne?
Here’s a brief summary of the changing restrictions as they stand today:

Stage 4 / Second step (from 13th September)
Auctions – online only
Inspections – online only

Third step (proposed from 26th October)
Auctions – outdoor only and subject to gathering limits
Inspections – private inspections by appointment

Last step (proposed from 23rd November)
Auctions – physical distancing is required & records of attendees
Inspections – physical distancing is required & records of attendees

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