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Tips For Buying Property At Auction

By Andrew Bell

If you're looking into purchasing Surfers Paradise property in the near future, you could find yourself competing against other buyers in an auction.

This can be daunting for newcomers to the market, but there are a number of ways to help make your experience fantastic.


Remember to organise your finances as soon as possible. Not only will this provide you with a budget, but it will also allow you to act quickly in the event that you are successful at auction.

Vendors and agents usually work towards finalising the sale the same day as the auction, so being prepared and ready to go with your finances can give you the upper hand – giving you the best chances to secure your dream home.

Get to know auctions

Familiarise yourself with the auction process to remove any of the initial shock that comes with the often heated environment.

Head along to a few auctions before you commit to your own, in order to gain an understanding of the in's and out's of the sales process.

This will help to ensure you are adequately prepared to bid with ease on auction day and get you closer to owning your own slice of real estate in Surfers Paradise.

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