The Provincial way…
Buying your next property
Your Buyers Advocate service
Buying a property can be a sometimes scary and stressful exercise, especially if you are listening to those around you who have little or no expertise in the area.
We often hear about poor property choices, after the event. No one purposely intends to purchase a property lemon, however we do hear about it from time to time.
It is particularly important to engage with property buying experts in a changing market, or in a market where you are unfamiliar.
That’s why we offer the Provincial Group expertise, experience and research data to assist you to purchase your next property and reduce your risks along the way.
The Provincial Group Buyers Advocacy service includes:
- supporting you in the search for and analyses of properties,
- negotiating, on your behalf, on a private sale or bidding at auction
Your Provincial Group Property Advocacy team allows you to step back and take a breath, while we assist with sound solutions and answers to the following:
- What should I look for when buying a home/investment property?
- How do I buy at auctions?
- Should I buy before auction or at auction?
- What is the best approach for buying at private sales?
- How can I find out what a property I am interested in is worth?
- Are there any government grants or incentives I can apply for?
- What type of property loans should I consider?
- How much are all the associated costs with buying?
And of course you will have even more questions, so allow the Provincial Group to assist in minimising the exasperation of dealing with the many and varied aspects of buying in the current property market.
Negotiation & Auction Bidding Services
Even if you have the time to look for the right property, we can still be of assistance to you.
We have a service where we can analyse, check, bid and negotiate on your behalf, be it private sales or auctions. We will ensure that all the necessary background checks are completed, and provide answers to questions including:
- How long has the property been on the market?
- Have other potential buyers shown interest?
- How does the agent’s quoted price range compare to the likely expected sale price?
- Has there been any prior offer made on the property?
- What additional information do I need to be aware of as a buyer?