We’re moving to The Property Frontline
After six fun and fantastic years working in the name of Crave Property Advisory, we have grown and busted out into a new business . . .The Property Frontline.
You can find out all about the new business, our services and support at our new website www.propertyfrontline.com.au although a brief summary is outlined below.
What’s different about what we do?
How many times have you heard the phrase ‘property is all about location, location, location’? If that’s really true, then why isn’t everyone who buys into the ‘location’ successful?
But, if ‘location’ isn’t the key to successful purchases . . then what is?
It was this question that led me to the development of a powerful NEW selection process . . .The ONLY selection process that delivers high performing property for every budget level . . .
AND gives buyers the ability to control property performance no matter what the market is doing.
It also protects buyers from purchases that will be a financial drain or that will impede financial independence, and helps them avoid the buying traps that are embedded in the usual property acquisition process.
It’s really the way purchases should be made so that buyers save time and will be in a better financial position after the purchase.
And it works no matter what you’re buying including your home, residential investment or commercial properties.
How does it work?
We’re lucky in Australia. We have the choice of more than 11,000,000 properties, 15,000 suburbs and over 80 different strategies we can utilise to build wealth.
But most buyers become so overwhelmed with the choices, they become trapped by bad advisors and are funnelled into thinking they have only one or two options.
Part of this, of course, is wishful thinking because most buyers have very limited time to devote to property research so it’s easier to believe whatever marketing hype is getting the loudest airtime.
So time poor buyers end up paying too much for properties that won’t deliver maximum results.
Buyers end up working with the wrong advisors so they only get to choose properties from a narrow list where the advisor gets to pocket nice big commissions for basically doing nothing.
These poor buyers end up purchasing properties that become a major financial burden and many never buy another property again.
Your future depends on the choices you make, so wouldn’t you want to ensure you’re selecting from the full range of properties that match your requirements?
The system we use will help you select the best property type and strategy that will deliver on your goals, so you’ll save time by focussing on purchases that will work best for you.
This is absolutely crucial and one of the pivotal mistakes buyers make. The type of property that will work for me, won’t necessarily be best for you.
For example, if I hear there’s termite damage in a property, that property gets a gold star on my list. However many clients I work with simply don’t have the time for renovations so they need property that will deliver from day one.
Buyers will often find themselves following what their friends or family have purchased, or they’ll read about one strategy, such as ‘house and land’, that’s spruiked by a guru.
Using the Property Agility system, we explore and identify the best approach for each individual. From this point we can identify properties that will outperform the market, so clients can securely leverage their financial position.
Using this approach, clients are in a position of control so they aren’t pushed by the market or ‘the media’ . . . or outdated sales information (which is what the majority of buyers use . . . incorrectly!).
They can buy when it’s the optimum time for them or when the best opportunity arises.
How can you get started?
Click on one of the links below to select your level of support.
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