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Good news for Expats and Foreign Investors. Amanda is on your side as your Buyers Advocate, even if you’re on the other side of the world.

That’s especially welcomed news in light of the bad news many foreign investors have to deal with, mainly because the investments they were told couldn’t fail have done precisely that. The reality is, some investments in Australian properties by expats and foreigners have proven to be risky at best. And disastrous at worst.

But this proves all the more why having Amanda on your side as your Buyers Advocate handling your Sydney property purchase is a smart thing to do. It also means you can sleep soundly and securely late at night (when it’s a sunny 2:00 PM in Sydney).

Amanda was an expat herself for 7 years. So, as a Buyers Advocate for expats she knows, quite literally, where your concerns are coming from.

Living abroad is exciting, enlightening and stimulating. But when you’re buying property from a distant locale — either as an expat or foreign investor — you face some very real, and potentially costly, challenges. How do you know what you’re reading or hearing about a property is accurate? Who can tell you if it’s located in the right kind of area for you? Is this a fair price? And, of course, how good of an investment is it?

All these, and many other just as important questions and issues, are precisely why so many expats and foreign investors have been so relieved — and even thrilled — to have Amanda as their specialist expat Buyers Advocate.

Amanda knows the Sydney real estate market as well and as intimately as anyone around. She closely tracks trends, talks daily with dozens of sellers from all across the Sydney area, and continually analyzes and distills this encyclopedic knowledge into reports, emails and phone meetings with expats and foreign investors the world over.

And because she works solely and totally for you the buyer — and not the seller — you’re doubly assured that your interests are the only ones she cares about.

You don’t have to do anything but enjoy the prospect of owning the perfect Sydney property.

That’s because Amanda handles it all:

  • Searching and assessing the best properties that fit your needs.
  • Contacting her extensive and enviable list of selling agents, including those whose properties might not even be listed yet.
  • Preparing communications reports, to keep you fully informed and completely at ease, including your local friends or family if required.
  • Formulating the most effective purchase strategy for an auction or negotiation. Organizing signatories, solicitors and contracts.
  • Fully coordinating the pre-purchase and due diligence.
  • Facilitating pre-settlement inspection and settlement procedures.
  • Even supplying recommendations for competent trades people and property management personnel if needed.

To learn more about how to put Amanda fully on your side as your expat Buyers Advocate, even if you’re halfway around the world, please contact her today.

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Written by Amanda Segers on October 23rd, 2014

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