Riverside High-rise Wagga Wagga

Fitzpatricks - 15/11/2019

Riverside – is gaining a lot of attention and for good reason, it will make history as the tallest high rise in Wagga Wagga. In the heart of the city, overlooking the Murrumbidgee River, it will span over 17 levels with breathtaking vistas of the city and river. There will be 67 residential apartments including two luxury penthouses, and three street level Commercial premises. View …

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The Fitzpatricks Report 2019

Fitzpatricks - 24/10/2019

The Fitzpatricks Report for the 2019 Financial Year has been released and includes some interesting statistics from residential sales, property management and commercial. It is the only full and comprehensive report primarily aimed at providing you with the latest Wagga Wagga market data and knowledge to help you identify where potential real estate growth exists, including comparable data from NSW and capital cities. The report …

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Methods of Sale

Fitzpatricks - 03/10/2019

There are a lot of things to consider when selling your home, method of sale is one of them. The two most common methods of selling Real Estate are Auction and Private Treaty. Read our eBook to find out more about Methods of Sale or talk to one of our experienced agents who can give you advice on which method is best for selling your …

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Attention First Time Investors…

Fitzpatricks - 19/09/2019

Many first-time investors are of the belief that buying an investment property is out of their reach, particularly if they do not have any equity built up in an existing property and face the prospect of saving for the deposit from scratch. This can be a daunting prospect, particularly if the deposit is in the order of $50,000 to $80,000. But it’s not impossible. All …

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Can I submit an offer to buy a property prior to Auction?

Fitzpatricks - 04/07/2019

Yes. The agent will submit offers to the Vendor throughout the campaign and the property can legally be sold prior to auction. It is at the vendors’ discretion whether they accept the offer and often they prefer to proceed with the auction if there are multiple interested parties. If the vendor accepts your offer, you must be prepared to wave the cooling off period, exchange …

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What is the difference between Conditional and Unconditional Offers?

Fitzpatricks - 04/07/2019

A conditional offer is an offer which is placed by a purchaser with conditions associated to it such as: Finance – the granting of formal finance approval from a financial institution Pest and Building inspection – an inspection of the property by a licenced professional to ensure a satisfactory pest and building report is completed Sale of another property – some purchasers may need to …

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