Getting Started Session

Do you need clarity and direction in your property search?

Have you been wondering where you should be focusing your property search and on what sort of properties? Many people know that they want to buy a property – be it to live in or for investment – yet find it hard to know where to start. This applies equally to first home buyers and people who have purchased before. Market dynamics are forever changing and this is not something most people do regularly!

In fact, many people start the process then find that they get confused or overwhelmed by the options available to them.

Good Deeds offers the benefit of our experience in a personalised session that will give you the clarity and direction you need to get started or resume your search.

Prior to our meeting, we will ask you to complete a questionnaire that will allow us to assess your individual property requirements so that the advice we give is appropriate to your specific needs. In particular, this will assist you in narrowing down which areas/suburbs to target and what your priorities are – in other words, what compromises you are prepared to make.

Here are some reviews of our Getting Started Sessions:

“Thank you for meeting us today. Lots of food for thought here and lots to consider. Reality shocks are good and we welcome them and like you said, even though it was hard to hear, at least it helped us close a chapter and focus on the possibilities that other suburbs may have in store for us if we decide to go with that path.”

“It was great to meet you and Michelle today and I found the whole experience really brought me out of the doldrums of “everything’s out of my reach” into a more positive mindset. I think you both really understood our brief and have made some excellent suggestions for us to explore… Thanks for your advice, I already feel much calmer about the whole process.”

“We got a lot of value out of the session on Saturday…even if I felt ‘emotional bruised’ at the end…its ok, I can laugh at myself. I’ve done a lot of thinking over the rest of the weekend and having looked at semis and terrace houses in the likes of Petersham, it reinforces that floor plans will be important (have been there, done that with bathrooms off the kitchen in lean-tos). To that end (and I almost can’t believe I am saying this) we can’t discount 50’s and 60’s houses because I know they have more practical floor plans. It will help if I can see some good finished products to inspire me. Additionally, I am viewing this as a means to an end, so the dream home will wait. How good are you guys at getting me to this point?” 

What are you waiting for? Take a few moments to fill in our enquiry form and we will be in touch to discuss your requirements.

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