Investors’ Symbiotic Relationship With First Home Buyers

propertiesContrary to popular belief Investors and First Home Buyers can and do co-exist in the lower-end of the property market. In fact they have a symbiotic relationship. Typically investors are looking to buy properties for less than their market value and it’s the unliveable, undesired properties that fit the bill. These properties if not acquired by investors would either remain empty or worse remain the homes of people who deserve a higher standard of living.

First home buyers want their home to be liveable from the moment they acquire it. They also don’t want it to be offline while it’s been renovated. First home buyers also don’t want the stress of dealing with the contractors and project managing the work that’s being done to the property.

Renovating a property rarely runs to plan. An unforeseen incident is most likely to occur including cost over run. Therefore first home buyers are the target buyers of the properties investors have purchased, renovated and on-sold. This is a symbiotic relationship that should get more attention. Any attempt to cut these investors out of the market will impact on the supply of properties to first home buyers. Maybe there could be a Government initiative that rewards investors who on-sell to first home buyers?

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