Property Investment Consultants are the linchpin for your property investment experience. Together with input from the referral partner, they will take into account the details of your circumstances and find you the Aviate-approved property that best suits your needs.
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Aviate's 32 criteria, with its 108 sub points, is a detailed accredited process for researching and eliminating any second-rate properties in the off-the-plan market in which Aviate operates. Notably, the 32-step process includes the requirement for an independent valuation as the basis for property pricing.
These professionals are duty-bound to provide a quality service and give you, the investor, advice within their field of expertise that suits your personal circumstances. It's normal for a professional to earn a referral fee for the combined effort with Aviate towards successful property investment. Always ask if you're not sure.
Your accountant may recommend buying property to take advantage of tax breaks available through this type of investment. A referral fee is available from the vendor and paid via Aviate Group. Accountants may disclose the referral fee they receive as part of an overall fee package.
A financial planner assists in setting your investment goals and strategy. A referral fee is available from the vendor and paid via Aviate Group. Financial planners may disclose the referral amount they receive as part of their overall fee package.
Your Mortgage Broker will be able to advise on your borrowing capacity for property finance. Your mortgage broker will receive a referral fee paid by the vendor via Aviate Group.
conveyancer / solicitor
When buying a property, you will need a conveyancer or solicitor to ensure there are no hiccups through the purchase process. You may bring your own or choose from several recommended by Aviate.
Aviate Group will help ensure the best property professionals are contributing to your investment property. We work with people that have earned our trust since we opened in 2001.
Aviate Group carefully vets the developers that we work with. With industry knowledge about the reputations of each developer, we can help ensure you don't unwittingly commit to an inexperienced or incompetent developer. Developers pay Aviate a capped commission fee for each sale made, from which Aviate distributes referral fees, which we disclose to purchasers.
A buyer's agent can help source and negotiate a property purchase. Their research is similar to what Aviate provides when selecting investment properties, however some invaluable parts of the market (for example off-the-plan stock) can be left out of a buyer's agent's recommendation. The purchaser pays them directly, often with a proportion of the fee in advance.
Real Estate Agents
A traditional real estate agent is mostly active in resales of existing properties and represents the vendor (the seller) in price-setting and negotiations. Real estate agents charge the vendor a percentage of the property price as a commission. Many purchasers engage a buyer's agent to engage in negotiations with the vendor's real estate agent.
A valuer provides an independent professional analysis of the value of the property. This valuation can then be used by the lender to assess the amount you may borrow against the property.
Financiers provide the debt finance that can supplement your cash to purchase an investment property. Mortgage brokers are well-placed to recommend from the myriad of lenders available, from banks to credit unions and non-bank lenders.
Property managers look after your rental properties, and can provide a comprehensive service including tenant screening and maintenance requests among others.