Jarrod McCabe of Wakelin Property Advisory and Stuart Wemyss of ProSolution Private Clients considered the factors that may either help or hinder the property market in coming weeks and months, and then weighed up the likely impacts and buyer opportunities during the balance of 2020 and into 2021.
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We're starting to see more choice around for Melbourne property buyers.
First home buyers among those competing hard in-person and online in blended Elwood apartment auction last Saturday.
Finance considerations in Melbourne's coronavirus-affected property market. Including lending accessibility, approval time frames and cost of borrowings, plus, in these straitened times for some landlords, potential cash flow strategies including accessing government assistance. Includes property and rental market overviews.
Rental property management insights on working with distressed tenants plus how to navigate the Melbourne rental listing market to find a new tenant during the coronavirus pandemic.
Jarrod McCabe takes a look at the Melbourne rental market. He discusses how confidence and trust is improving within the vital tenant-landlord relationship, now that the terms of the government covid19-related rules and relief for landlords and tenants are clearer. Jarrod also discusses the sales market implications of reduced restrictions on physical open for inspections and auctions.
How will coronavirus impact the Melbourne property market? Is it a safe time to buy? And if I do wish to buy, how do I adapt my search and negotiation technique to current conditions? Is it a safe time to sell? What is the best method to use: online auction, private sale, expression of interest or off-market?
Covid-19 Week 2 from home: Melbourne property market report - new rules, tips for buyers and sellers
Jarrod McCabe discusses the Prime Minister's restrictions on auctions and open for inspections, announced last night, and provides some tips to property vendors and buyers, especially in terms of working with estate agents in this environment.
Listed properties are behaving in a variety of ways to current conditions. There is no one size fits all Melbourne property response to the Covid-19 coronavirus. Jarrod McCabe reports on market characteristics and provides some guidance to current and prospective participants.
For 2020 buyers, it feels like they have gone back in time, with prices back up at 2018 values.