REIV event to give Melbourne home buyers a helping hand

Written by in Auction on November 9, 2015

With growth in the Melbourne property market still strong, information to help home buyers find their ideal home at the right price has never been so vital. This includes facts and figures to guide owner occupiers, and also for new investors.

And while there is plenty of information available both online and from agents, there are still many people looking for their first or subsequent property, who would benefit significantly from clear, consistent information on the buying and selling process.


As a free service to Victorian home buyers the REIV and Bendigo Bank are jointly hosting a home buyers’ seminar this month to help home buyers make their purchase. The seminar, for two hours from 6pm on Monday, November 23, is at the Richmond Town Hall in Melbourne.


Who will benefit from attending?
During the seminar, I will provide a rundown on the state of the Victorian property market, geared to providing first home buyers and inexperienced investors with a clear and jargon-free guide to what is happening.


Who is presenting?
It will also feature other expert speakers providing information on buyers’ rights and obligations, interest rates and tips on bidding. A legal specialist will help buyers understand the various legal issues related to buying a home.

Why should you attend?
Buying a home is the biggest purchase most of us will ever make. Negotiating the buying and selling process, the legal complexities and the financial options can be intimidating. It can be a complex experience – finding the right home, then bidding for the property at auction, then understanding the Section 32 vendor statement and other legal paperwork, such as the contract of sale.


Where: Richmond Town Hall in Melbourne
When: From 6pm on Monday, November 23
RSVP: By clicking the link here








Enzo RaimondoAbout the author: Chief Executive Officer since 2000, Enzo Raimondo is the dynamic force behind – and the public face of – the REIV. Raimondo has led the Institute to become the authoritative source of information for the Victorian property market.