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Finding Your Home

Ways to tell if you have found the perfect home

Finding your home

Your Harcourts Chermside Chermside sales consultant will begin by showing you suitable properties, which are on the market right now.  You will see photographs and detailed descriptions of all the properties we have listed which meet your requirements.

When you see something you like, they will arrange a visit.  Please feel free to use the Property Search feature on the left of your screen to search for any current listings by Harcourts Chermside.

You can also find sutiable property for sale in the local Quest newspaper and Courier Mail Newspaper. 

The internet is one of the main sources who to find property for sale.  You can view all types of property with current photos, videos and floor plans in the privacy of your own home at anytime of the day.


Your wish list

We often hear "but the agent didn't listen to me!" While this may be true of some agents, your Harcourts Chermside consultant is trained to listen – not to talk.

Knowing your requirements early really helps us help you. Sometimes however, your circumstances and priorities can change. Often, we will check with you to ensure we remain on track.

Facts that help us in finding you the right property include:

  • Suburb/s
  • Price range
  • Number of bedrooms
  • Style of home
  • Proximity to childcare, primary and secondary schools
  • Garden size
  • Access on the property and or garaging
  • Special requirements e.g. no stairs, wheel chair access, flat level entry

Your essentials

It is important that we know the absolute most important features you want in a property and will not compromise on. They may include:

  • A separate office / study
  • Sun aspect (what way does your new home face North, East, South, West)
  • Security
  • Garaging or side access for a boat, trailer, van
  • Low maintenance grounds
  • Pool
  • Out door entertaining area
These requirements are unique to each buyer. Also give some thought to features you most definitely do not want in a property.