This beautiful 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 LUG unit was purchased by a repeat client as an off-market investment property purchase. We were lucky enough to be the only individuals to view this unit - not only was it off-market but only available for our viewing.
The unit was purchased below market value, with the deal being done the same day as inspection took place. An owner-occupier tenant already in place made this an enviable purchase. An efficient and top quality Eastern Suburbs investment purchase for our client. Needless to say, our client was very happy.
This exquisite 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2 LUG family residence was purchased for clients relocating from the USA. Our discerning clients knew the caliber of property they desired and were on a tight timeline for finding their new home.
A stellar turnout on auction day provided for a competitive auction environment. With strategic bidding tactics we managed to secure this property for the delighted family well within their budget.
As the saying goes, a happy wife means a happy life rings true in this case!
Being first time investors, our clients were unsure of how to purchase an investment property on a shoestring (less than $250,000) budget - whilst also ensuring capital growth and positive gearing benefits.
With our guidance, the right style of property was sourced which would enable secure growth and a stable rental income for our clients (6.8% gross rental yield).
Depreciation taxation benefits were an added plus to this purchase.
Due to low stock levels on the market, our client had a vision of creating his own dream home from a blank slate. We worked with our client, sourced our own architects and builders to assist in realising our clients dream.
Knowing the market, our client's budget and the rarity of this purchase in Inner City Sydney we drilled to the core of finding the most appropriate property for our client.
Fierce auction day bidding resulted in strategic moves to outplay other bidders. In the end we won! Our bidding efforts were even acknowledged by the Sunday Telegraph, with post-auction interviewing.