Cronulla Real Estate Agents

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Multi-award winning Newcastle buyers’ agents
Servicing Sydney, Newcastle & Brisbane

Sydney Buyers Agent and Aus Property Professionals Owner, Lloyd Edge

What Services Can We Provide for Your Property Investment in Cronulla?

Whether you own property already or are just delving into real estate for the first time, AUS Property Professionals has a buyer’s agent in Cronulla who can help you determine and achieve your goals. During the strategy session, we discuss buying and holding real estate as part of your wealth management planning. Learn about cash flow strategies for investors who want to buy below market value, renovate and resell or rent out properties for profit.

As part of our services, your real estate agent in Cronulla will send you property appraisals. This includes reviewing recent sales and houses for sale in Cronulla. Also, we use our expertise to consider special features of the property, the condition of the home and any existing improvements that could raise or lower the value. Proximity to local amenities, land size and floor plan also play a part in our home valuation.

Many investors find their first property investment in Cronulla at an auction. Learn the art of bidding at auction from the best in the business, your AUS Property Professional real estate team. Real estate agents often underprice properties on auction to get more people to show up. Without professional advice, you could end up getting attached and overpaying for a property or get frustrated and give up on a property that could be a lucrative investment.

What Property Services Can You Expect From a Buyer’s Agent in Cronulla?

Your buyer’s agent has an immense amount of experience. The research that we do saves you many hours of poring through real estate ads. Avoid constant pestering from seller’s agents trying to get your business. Instead, hire AUS Property Professionals to act as your buyer’s advocate in Cronulla.

As part of our due diligence, we research the sales history of the property, noting how much interest it has garnered. We find out how motivated the sellers are so that you know from the beginning how much leverage you may have. Local economics and planned development in the area play a key role in whether a property has investment potential.

Choose a real estate agency Cronulla residents trust. Thanks to many years of selling and buying homes with our clients, AUS Property Professionals has the skills and tools needed to find, research and obtain amazing investment opportunities.

As your buyer’s agent in Cronulla, we orchestrate every stage of the procurement and settlement processes. With expert negotiators working on your behalf, you can buy a house in Cronulla that meets or exceeds your investment goals. Let us do the heavy work while you concentrate on vetting the properties that appeal to you.

Why Use a Real Estate Buyer’s Agent to Purchase a Property in Cronulla?

There are many advantages to finding a real estate solicitor Cronulla buyers and sellers know by reputation. A buyer’s agent from AUS Property Professionals searches for homes that meet your specifications. Whether you’re looking for a single property or a larger portfolio, we can show you the tips and tricks needed to become a savvy property investor.

If you want to buy an apartment in Cronulla, a buyer’s agent handles all the details, and the cost of an agent for investment property may be tax-deductible. Our real estate solicitors have a wider range of properties than you can find in the public notices. Let us introduce you to opportunities that may not appear in ads and marketing sources.

When you hire AUS Property Professionals, you save a lot of time. Eliminate the stress, and let your buyer’s advocate send you properties that meet your needs.

Why Buy a Property or Invest in Cronulla or the Surrounding Suburbs?

Approximately 48 kilometres south of Sydney, and near the Royal National Park and Kamay Botany Bay National Park, Cronulla has much to offer investors and residents. Miles of beaches connect this small city of 18,000 people to the Pacific Coast.

Although neighbourhoods vary in their friendliness to pedestrians, Cronulla has an excellent walk score of 79, meaning you can run most errands on foot in many parts of the city.

Cronulla has limited bus service, but the New South Wales government sponsors transport to and from four stops in Cronulla. Like most of the greater Sydney area, Ola, Uber and other rideshare services operate in Cronulla.

According to the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, property and violent crime rates have remained stable in the area. Cronulla Public School has been educating children for over 100 years, and there are many other fine schools in the city.

Many properties in Cronulla represent the Australian aesthetic for minimalist lines and contemporary building styles. European influences are apparent in some apartment complexes for those that prefer European charm. Homes in Cronulla are likely to be on or near the water, so investing wisely means looking for the best coastal locations available for reasonable prices.

Contact AUS Property Professionals on 1800 146 837 to buy a duplex in Cronulla or to purchase an investment property to rent out or flip.

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Aus Property Professionals
Address: Level 4, 29 Kiora Rd, MIRANDA, NSW, 2228
Phone: 1800 146 837
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