Buying a property in Carnegie can be a difficult process that many of us only undertake a few times in our lives. A Buyers Advocate or Buyers agent can assist for a variety of reasons including:
- undesirable experiences with Real Estate Agents.
- frustration with the time and effort involved in property transactions.
- confusion about how, when and where to buy a house.
Questions such as “is it structurally sound?”, “am I paying too much?” or “do I pay what the agent is asking?” are never far from the buyer’s mind and can all be answered with the assistance of our Buyer’s Advocates / Buyers agents.
A Buyer’s Advocate can manage the entire buying process for you or simply manage the stages you would prefer to avoid.
Getting your weekends back by applying our wise experience in finding your perfect home in Carnegie. We can help you purchase a home with confidence as we guide you through each step from selecting the home (access to off market listings), market appraisal, negotiate or bid at auctions.
The suburb Carnegie was initially called Rosstown, which was named after a well know entrepreneur and property developer, William Murray Ross. However, because of failed speculative developments by Mr Ross, it was changed to Carnegie in 1909.
Carnegie is located 12km south-east of Melbourne’s CBD
The shopping district is centred on Koornang Road and Dandenong Road. Koornang Park and the Carnegie Swim Centre are located here as well, along with Carnegie Primary School. Residents are served by the Cranbourne/Pakenham rail line, several bus routes and the Carnegie tram route.
Carnegie has a diverse cultural cross-section, with many permanent residents from across the world, and transient international students studying at the nearby Monash University (Caulfield campus).
Distance to Melbourne: 12km south-east of Melbourne.
Public Transport: Trains, Trams & Buses.
Number Of Schools: 1
Access to Freeways: Princess Highway.
Surrounding suburbs: Caulfield East, Malvern East, Glen Huntly, Ormond, Murrumbeena, Bentleigh East
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