Buying News

WANTED AD’S WORK…

If you are a buyer and are finding that places are selling too quickly, let us know and we will create a wanted ad for you and go look for a property on your behalf.
If you are a seller, simply go to our website and view the ‘Properties Wanted’ section, one of our many buyers could be a perfect fit for your home

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Halls Gap Lifestyle/Business Combo Opportunity

Halls Gap Lifestyle/Business Combo Opportunity

Can you believe it? Live in Heavenly Halls Gap and get paid over $200,000 per annum for the privilege!

Wilsons Warrnambool & District Real Estate are pleased to present to the market this once in a lifetime opportunity to combine a wonderful home lifestyle with a highly profitable business & freehold.

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Yes – they’re real!

Yes – they’re real!

Many people distrust salespeople; in fact according to a quick google search, 97% of us don’t trust sales people. The only people we trust less are politicians and car salesmen. Not surprising really, as the popular view is that people in sales only care about the dollar, not the person; that they would say anything to ‘make the sale’.

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Your Holiday Home Among the Gum Trees

Your Holiday Home Among the Gum Trees

HALLS GAP COTTAGES – FOR SALE –
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY –
Wilsons Warrnambool and District Real Estate are excited to present to the marketplace 15 x 2 bedroom hardwood cottages for sale for the use of holiday homes (and/or short term accommodation rental). The cottages are generously spread over the 8 hectare bush site to maximise privacy to all owners and to capitalise on the magnificent views of the Grampians ranges which surround what is part of D’Altons Resort in Halls Gap.

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Mortlake History

Mortlake History

Article by Cheryl McKenna - Office manager and Licensed estate agent. Originally known as the township of Mount Shadwell, the town of Mortlake was originally settled over 180 years ago. Being particularly fertile ground, the area was quickly populated by farmers, and...

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Pack your bags…

Pack your bags…

Article by Cheryl McKenna, Office manager and licensed estate agent Moving house. The phrase strikes fear into many a heart.  Ranked as more stressful than divorce, moving house is in fact included in the top 5 stressful life events. Some of us do it once in a...

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Central, Coastal, Townhouse Living

Central, Coastal, Townhouse Living

Wilsons Warrnambool & District Real Estate are excited to present to the market thirteen quality townhouses to be sold off the plan and built immediately by Mark Conlan's @Select Homes. This development is in a prime location at 93-97 Nicholson Street, a 10-minute...

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Homebuilder Program

Homebuilder Program

Article by Cheryl McKenna - Office Manager, and licensed estate agent. HomeBuilder Program The HomeBuilder program is a time-limited grant program to help the residential construction market to bounce back from the Coronavirus crisis. But before we get into that – do...

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How’s your credit?

How’s your credit?

Article by Cheryl McKenna - Office manager, licensed estate agent - and now we can add - real estate blogger! Back in my day, credit was something you needed to make a call on your mobile, or a score that my friends got at uni.  And having multiple store and credit...

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Which aspect is best?

Which aspect is best?

Article by Cheryl McKenna - Office Manager, and licensed estate agent. North, south, east, west?  Which aspect is the best? In many a real estate write up you will read “boasting a northerly aspect”, but what does this mean, and why is a northerly aspect so desirable?...

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What’s your number, baby?

What’s your number, baby?

Article by Cheryl McKenna - Office Manager and licensed estate agent. What’s your number baby? What’s in a number?  It depends on who you ask.  For many cultures around the world numbers can dictate many things, from who you marry, whether you are a lucky person to...

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Questions from a seller, or a buyer (she wasn’t sure)

Questions from a seller, or a buyer (she wasn’t sure)

Article by Cheryl McKenna - Office manager, and licensed estate agent It began with a conversation with a lady enquiring on a property that we had for sale.  All said quickly without a pause or even time to take a breath! “I’d like to have a look at the house on...

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What’s your style?

What’s your style?

Article by Cheryl McKenna - Office manager and licenced estate agent. What’s your style? Do you love a classic Californian Bungalow or are you a fool for the decorative filigree of the mid to late Victorian Era?  Does walking into an Edwardian home evoke memories of a...

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Advice for my sister

Advice for my sister

Article by Cheryl McKenna - office manager and licenced estate agent. The advice I gave my younger sister The conversation started with a text message “So I am inspecting that house I mentioned tomorrow at noon, and low-key freaking out about it.  Not sure what I need...

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Should I use a mortgage broker?

Should I use a mortgage broker?

Article by Emilee Bezzina - sales agent - Wilsons Warrnambool & District Real Estate Working in real estate we often get asked if purchasers are better off with a mortgage broker or if they should directly see their bank, some may also shop around themselves for...

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What is a section 32?

What is a section 32?

Welcome to our series of articles addressing answers to frequently asked questions by home buyers, in particular first home buyers. You may have heard people mention a property's "section 32", otherwise known as the "vendor statement", or formally, "Vendors' statement...

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There are many markets – this is here and now

There are many markets – this is here and now

Commentary by Lucas Wilson. Scour the media any day at present and you don't have to look far to find extremely pessimistic property market price forecasts due to the current climate and subsequent economic factors. I'm no economist, however an important point to...

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