At Marshall White we offer superior insight into the most in demand suburbs in Melbourne and surrounding suburbs.
We recommend doing your research about the suburb and property type before you buy to make sure your goals are realistic.
There are four different ways in Australia: Auction, Private Treaty, Tender and Expressions of Interest.
Stamp duty is tax imposed by all state and territory governments and is applied to the transfer of land or property.
A lawyer or conveyancer will handle the paperwork and ensure you meet the legal requirements involved in purchasing a property.
The cooling off period allows the buyer the chance to get everything into order, and allows for the chance to cancel the contract.
It’s best to put your offer in early and quickly so that you don’t allow time for other genuine buyers to put in their own offer.
The settlement is also referred to as closing and is the final step in the buying process with the property being transferred to the buyer.
Determine what kind of lifestyle you want so that you can consider important aspects like proximity to restaurants or transport and school zones.
As the buyer, a building or pest inspection isn’t required, but it is recommended to ensure there are no major issues with the property.
There is no definitive answer to how much of a deposit you need, with the size dependent on the property price, the lender and repayment options.
Our agents provide an estimate of your property’s value by looking at similar properties sold in the area, the physical condition and property features.
When selling your property, you should present your house in the best possible light that may mean freshly painted rooms or installing new carpet.
At Marshall White, we believe there is no ‘right’ time to sell. Instead, our agents use the best insights to ensure that your real estate goals are met.
The right agent is your most important asset when selling. Our agents are experts at understanding your needs in order to exceed your expectations.
In our experience, buyers feel more comfortable without the owner present. We encourage you to leave your property during open inspections.
No. The responsibility of paying stamp duty lies solely with the purchaser.