On Tuesday morning last week Reimund Property Advisory was contacted by a potential client with regards to representing them at Auction the following weekend. This client was a young professional female interested in buying a 3 bedroom Edwardian home in Caulfield, the property was advertised at $980+ and currently being marketed through the traditional Real Estate channels.
On meeting with the client and her partner that evening at their house, she painted a very clear understanding of her ongoing frustration with a shifting market, having to deal with real estate agents and the time and stress involved with reviewing and assessing potentially suitable properties.
She engaged that evening, and within 24 hours Reimund Property Advisory had organised building inspections, had documents reviewed and proposed a strategy to the client to lock the property down prior to auction and at 8.30pm the Thursday after the initial no obligation consolation (not 72 hours later!), the client owned the property for $25,0000 less than the agreed budget that they had proposed for the auction.
Buying property is not always about how much money you have, but knowing the market, the agents and the psychology of buying and selling, and as a Buyers Advocate, Reimund Property Advisory is engaged exclusively by their clients, to serve their clients.