Traditional real estate buyers often picture themselves being led through beautiful properties by a buyer's advocate eager to help them find the perfect home, but even if you prefer to take a less traditional route to homeownership, a buyer's advocate can still help you. In particular, if you want to buy a home at auction, a buyer's advocate can be essential. Here is a look at four of the critical reasons you want one of these professionals by your side before you start bidding:
The executive rental market in Australia is an attractive proposition for property investors. In some parts of the country, executive tenants are willing to pay up to $3,000 a week for the right luxury properties, so it's unsurprising that many investors have their eye on this lucrative market. Like any other type of real estate, executive property investors should carefully consider the tax implications of any purchase, including the effect of negative gearing.