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Our buyers' agents help home buyers find their dream home in Melbourne. We also help property investors find the perfect investment property in the city.

Take a Look at How Our Buyers’ Advocates in Melbourne Can Help You

Our buyers’ agents simplify the buying and property investment process for you. This includes getting you the best price at Melbourne’s popular property auctions. We also deliver prestige off-market real estate opportunities, including luxury penthouses and mansions for sale in Melbourne.

In addition, you can trust our buyers’ agents to find exactly what you’re looking for in rental properties, whether you want to invest in Melbourne’s luxury real estate market or get your feet wet as an investor in industrial real estate.

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Are you looking to buy in Australia’s most liveable city? Melbourne boasts a vast range of stylish and sophisticated real estate options, from family-friendly homes to luxury inner-city apartments and sprawling mansions. Our Buyers’ Agents in Melbourne will help you uncover the best properties in the suburbs that best fit your family’s budget and personal preferences.

Property Investors

Melbourne’s real estate market has excellent potential for long-term capital growth. Our buyers’ agents will tell you where to invest in property in Melbourne and pin-point the best suburbs for potential growth, including inner-city and outer-suburban options. Should you prefer to explore Melbourne’s commercial property investment market, you’ll find our buyers’ advocates are equally knowledgeable about all of the industrial real estate opportunities available.


The Melbourne Property Market

Melbourne’s property market has proven to be more resilient than many other cities, with the most recent example being its bounce back from the dip during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, when strict lockdown restrictions virtually froze all activity. Now, want-to-be homeowners and investors are once again buying property in Melbourne, with major growth occurring in the sub-regions and north-eastern suburbs.

Family homes, in particular, are in high-demand as people reassess their needs; for instance, they’re now looking for office space to work comfortably from home and bigger gardens in which children can amuse themselves for hours on end. Many buyers that have missed out in Melbourne property auctions are now considering suburbs a little further out in Doncaster, Blackburn, Donvale and Ringwood where there are large size blocks ripe for renovation or rebuilding.

Some of the most promising areas of property investment in Melbourne are in high-end suburbs, where prestige property offers outstanding capital growth. High growth areas include St. Kilda West, Portsea, Kingsville, and St. Andrews Beach. Growth here is at the 1000% mark. The best way to capitalise on these investment opportunities is to consult a buyers’ agent who specialises in luxury real estate in Melbourne.

First-time buyers looking for an entry level home should cast their eye on property within 10km – 20km from the CBD, especially in the northern and western suburbs. Maidstone, Footscray, and Preston are all good investments and they’re all at the 10km radius mark.

Those looking for affordable apartments should look at Maidstone and Footscray. Families wanting to move to these areas are best advised to consult a buyers’ agent in Melbourne to help them find properties close to parks, schools, and transport links.

If you want neither an entry-level home nor prestige property, buyers’ advocates in Melbourne can show you suburbs that have been highly rated for lifestyle, safety, and entertainment opportunities. Some of these include South Yarra (cafes, shopping, nightlife and public transport); Carlton (restaurants and well-established café culture, museums, proximity to the CBD); East Melbourne (cafes, public gardens, and transport links).

It’s notable that while proximity to parks, schools and transport links have always attracted buyers, a new priority has entered the scene: Proximity to cafes or coffee shops. There is a new appreciation for relaxed social gatherings where people can drink in their quiet neighbourhoods, while also drinking their favourite beverages.

For buyers seeking an affordable lifestyle change should consider the Bayside areas of Melbourne including Beaumaris, Mordialloc, Carrum Downs, Aspendale, Seaford, Parkdale and Cheltenham. These areas have become very popular and all have school zones and great public transport that home buyers and property investors are drawn to.


Location and Transport Links in Melbourne

Melbourne has a well-established public transport system that enables you to get from the suburbs to the city, and around the city, easily and cheaply.

Once you get a Myki smartcard you can travel on Melbourne’s trams, trains, and buses. You can top up your Myki card online. You can download maps and timetables so that you can plan your trip down to the minute. There is a Myki app available for Android phones.

Melbourne’s Night Network provides 24-hour transport on weekends so you don’t have to cut your night out short to make the bus. You can catch the Night Bus from six locations in the inner-city and you won’t even have to wait long because a bus departs every 30 minutes.

Free Tram Zone is most often used by residents to get from one area in the city to another. City Circle Tram is free to passengers who want to get around the city’s major attractions. It’s popular among residents and tourists.

If you prefer getting around by car, you can catch a taxi at various locations, which you will find on your map. You can also car share, if you so choose.

Buses and trains are available for city, regional and interstate travel.


Recreation and Other Amenities in Melbourne

Melbourne’s climate tends to be subtropical, which is great for outdoor activities. It’s also quite windy, which is great for surfers. For those who don’t surf, there are plenty of indoor entertainment options to enjoy.

The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) features contemporary art by international and local artists. ACCA hosts several talks, lectures, performances, and events throughout the year. Entry is free.

The Australian Music Vault is a free exhibition for music lovers. It includes interactive experiences, recordings of interviews with musicians and other industry professionals, and even an exhibition of costumes international stars have worn at iconic concerts. Entry is free.

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Melbourne Gardens has treats for all tastes, including lakes for picnics and punting, plant collections for gardening buffs, guided walks, the Aboriginal Heritage Walk, cafes, and a children’s garden. Entry is free. The Botanic Garden is only one of many gardens in Melbourne. A city guide can show you where to find them all.

Kids will enjoy the Interaxcity Children’s Museum where their imaginations can run free and their curiosity can be satisfied. Kids can be chefs, pilots, car mechanics, and a range of other professions. They can learn through interactive exhibits and play. It’s best for kindergarten-age children. It’s incredibly popular so you have to book your spot. It costs AUD$18 to get in, which includes one adult and one child.

Cycling is a popular activity; in fact, many people cycle as their chosen means of transport. Cyclists make use of the city’s cycling network, which has over 135km of on and off-road routes.

Of course, there are the beaches. The sea is not as warm here as it is along more northern cities on the coast, but the beaches are great for picnics, people-watching, building sand castles, and all forms of surfing, including kitesurfing and windsurfing.



How our buyers' agents can help you find your dream property in Melbourne

Finding your ideal property in Melbourne can be a daunting and time-consuming task.  But with our expert Melbourne Buyers Agent- we make the process enjoyable and satisfying. Melbourne is one of Australia’s fastest growing cities with a vast array of quality suburbs and properties.  

From top end suburbs of Toorak, South Yarra or Brighton to the mid-tier areas of Doncaster, Essendon or Maribyrnong, the outskirts of Mt Evelyn or Keilor Downs or the Bayside areas of Beaumaris, Frankston or Mornington – our Melbourne Buyers Advocates have it covered!

Melbourne is considered Australia’s leading auction market – so having a Melbourne Buyers agent on your side makes perfect sense to avoid making emotional mistakes. Plus our Melbourne buyers advocate will help you uncover off market opportunities that you'd never discover on your own.

Securing your next home or investment property in Melbourne requires deep and established connections to get ahead of other buyers.  Our Melbourne buyers advocate will help you uncover the ideal area and property type to suit your individual requirements and generously share their local knowledge.  


Meet your buyers' agent(s) in Melbourne

Stewart Fraser

Principal - Buyers' Advocate

Sutherland Shire & Western Suburbs

Stewart’s dedication and focus for clients means you  get a stress-free service when finding your next dream home or investment. As an investment expert in positive cash flow deals and granny flats, he also has extensive networks to uncover off market properties.  Strong local experience in Sutherland Shire, Brisbane and Wollongong gives you the edge. 

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Amanda Jones


Melbourne & Surrounds

Amanda Jones specialises in buying family homes, investment properties and off-market properties in Melbourne. She provides high quality assessments of properties and will guide you through the whole purchasing process with open and honest communication. Amanda will help you make an educated and informed decision before purchasing your property. Get in touch with Amanda today!

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"Amanda recently helped my husband and I secure a property at auction and we couldn’t have been happier with the support he provided leading up to, during and post the auction. Amanda kept us informed every step of the way and her calm manner helped make the auction process as stress-free as possible. We are very grateful we engaged Amanda to assist us and would highly recommend her services to anyone looking to find and secure a property. You will be in safe hands!"

Sarah and Mark Shelton, Homebuyers, Melbourne

Lisa Whayman


Brisbane & surrounds

Driven, pro-active and motivated best describes Lisa Whayman. Lisa takes the purchasing a property personally. An effective communicator and a highly disciplined individual, Lisa’s repeated successes are attributable to her ethical behaviour and strength of character. What distinguishes Lisa are her personal qualities - warm, bubbly and engaging. Get in touch with Lisa today!

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