Buying a property is a big step. So enlisting the assistance of a Harcourts Cooper & Co salesperson to help you through the buying process can ensure you have a smooth and pleasant transaction from start to finish.

Whether you are looking for your first home, an investment property or you’re a seasoned pro looking for a bit of additional support, your salesperson can provide valuable assistance throughout the process.

If you have any questions regarding the property-buying process, buying your first home or anything real estate-related, then we’re here to help! Don’t hesitate to contact us.


It is always best to establish how much you can afford to spend on your new home.

  • Find out how much you can borrow
  • Arrange finance pre-approval before you make an offer
  • Compare your existing lender against the many other options available in the market and so much more!

For free and independent advice about your next home loan,
contact a Mortgage Express Advisor today.


You can save a lot of time by sitting down with your chosen real estate salesperson. A good salesperson will listen and then may ask about some criteria that you may not have thought about yet. Tell them which of your criteria have some flexibility and which don’t. They will then go to work for you to find what properties on the market or, in some cases, soon to be on the market may meet your needs.

Ask, ask, ask…
Our salespeople have a lot of training and experience in the residential property market. Don’t be afraid to supplement these buying tips by asking questions.


  • Pause at the gate and take in the first impression.
  • Take in all of the property’s details.
  • Calculate where the sun will come from in winter and summer.
  • Walk right around the exterior of the house.
  • Think about what maintenance needs to be done.


If you are interested in a property, it may be time to get some professionals involved. Land Information Memoranda (LIM) are comprehensive reports containing all relevant information the Council knows about a property or section. This can include what structures have or haven’t been approved and signed off by the council, or potential developments planned nearby. Get a builder in to do a proper inspection.


Selling, buying, renting or property management? Wherever you are in your property journey, we would love to hear from you.

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