Wednesday, 24 May 2017

With Property Developers Coming Up Into Our Local Government Area...You Have Help To Negotiate With Them...

As our local community grows and blocks of land with/without house is require to build median density properties like Town Houses or  Blocks of units, the individual homeowner is sometime s defenceless when it comes to negotiating with  Property Developers Who Have the  funds to purchase for one big reason : to make a profit.

Now, I'm not saying making a profit is not good but the home owner make not have enough bargaining power to get a higher price for the sale of the property and succumb to the Developers purchase price. They also may not know  how to deal with them, not placed in this position before. Here you have to think are you getting the right price? Or have they undermined your selling price and squeezed you down, to get a larger profit share.

Especially around the Hub of Mount Druitt, where this type of housing activity is happening, if Developers knock on your door - the question is what do we do?

Image may contain: textWell to assist you with this I have met Kthryn Bondoc from Kingdom Property Development, deals with Property Developers purchasing land from individual home owners. With her natural knowledge of this industry she does  all the paperwork and bargaining to  obtain the best price for each customer and each customer is surprised when the  final payment is in their hand.
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With the service she provides, there is a cost, like anyone providing services and  products and I'm sure you would find that reasonable. After all she is  in the market to help anyone like yourself, placed in this situation.

I found her to have a personality  to speak too and she is very understanding as she listens to your expectations.


Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, eyeglasses and closeupHere are her details:

Kthryn Bondoc
Managing Director
Kingdom Development
Ph; 0420 981 845
kthryn@kingdompropertydevelopment.com
Facebook.com/kingdompropertydevelopment






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