Recent Buying Selling Lifestyle
Recent Buying Selling Lifestyle
Buying

Looking for information on the suburb you’re buying in?

19-Feb-2018
Written by Ashley Blake
Moving to a new suburb can be both an exciting and daunting experience for you and your family. Packing up your home itself is a mammoth task but moving from the security of what you know to completely new surroundings is quite scary stuff! Sure it helps if you have friends or family living in your new suburb, but what if you knew no one in the suburb you were thinking of buying in? Who would you ask what the best schools are or how far it is from the nearest train station? Or probably the most important of all, where to get the best coffee from!

Homely have taken the stress and fear of the unknown out of buying in a new suburb with their super cool suburb reviews page which allows you to search any suburb and read reviews on what local residents love (and sometimes dislike) about the suburb such as proximity to the nearest train station, great places to eat, recommended schools etc. You can also view questions others have asked about the area and even ask questions yourself!

David Newton says “This is a great tool and something we know our buyers appreciate in helping them make their decision on which suburb to purchase in. Buying a new home is one of the biggest decisions you will make so helping ease the stress and giving our clients some peace of mind about what other residents love and dislike about the suburb, we find is so very important.”

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