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For the best results in picking your house and land estate, you’re going to need to do your research and find out what your motivation and needs are from a land point of view. Coming back to your motivation can be useful for perspective, alongside getting out there to the site and standing on the land to understand the landscape for yourself.

Listen to director of houseandland.com.au, Mark Shearer, discussing buying a house and land package in relation to amenities in the area and other points of research.

Feeling inspired? Jump onto our house and land page and find your perfect property match!

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Deciding on land estates can be a difficult decision when so many varying factors come into play.

House and land packages are increasing in popularity among home buyers as well as investors, but there are simply hundreds of packages on offer.

Lyndarum Estate, Wollert, VIC.

 

We now got houseandland.com.au under our roof and together, have launched a new house and land section on our site as a helpful resource for guiding buyers in the choosing process.

Looking for the perfect match? Match now

Listen to director of houseandland.com.au, Mark Shearer, who provides further insight on how buyers choose land estates, what buyers look for, choosing the right location, getting the price right, and much more, so that you can secure the best result.

 

 

Feeling inspired? Jump onto our house and land page and find your perfect property match!

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