Mike Brady
Saffron on Blackjack Showcase

Agent Introduction

On behalf of the vendors and Gunnedah First National, we would like to welcome you to "Saffron on Blackjack", Gunnedah. 

- Minutes from downtown Gunnedah on the junction of Wandobah Road and Black Jack Forest Road you'll find an affordable selection of 10 quality 1.2 Ha (3 ac) rural lifestyle building options.
- Predominantly ideal red soil-type land, ideal for building, you can choose from wider street frontages to discreet set-back choices.
- Featuring underground power, full NBN connections, town water and non-restrictive building and land use covenants  - this means family, friends, sheds and pets are welcome 
- 10 x 1.2 Ha blocks at affordable prices. Ranging from $160,000 to $180,000 with established entrances and agricultural boundary fencing. Zoned R5 Large Lot Residential
- For confirmation on availability & Lot details, call Mike Brady on 0488 420 266 

For Sale Now $160,000 - $180,000

Thank you for taking the time to admire these blocks of land, if you'd like any further information please do not hesitate to call us.

 

Welcome to Gunnedah


 

Gunnedah is the hub of one of Australia’s richest agricultural regions – the Liverpool Plains in North West New South Wales – and is located on the Kamilaroi and Oxley Highways. Gunnedah has a great variety of shopping, dining and entertainment venues. Residents and visitors will appreciate the variety of great cuisine that the local restaurants, pubs, clubs and takeaway venues have to offer.

Our primary industries is an expanding, vibrant industrial and manufacturing sector, all utilising Gunnedah's prime location, abundant supply of underground water and high capacity transport infrastructure. Key industry for the shire includes agriculture (cropping and livestock), manufacturing and processing services including brick works, leather works, grain milling and coal mining. Gunnedah is also supported by a thriving commercial and retail service sector.

Farms, both family and corporate – produce summer and winter crops including wheat, sorghum, barley, cotton, sunflowers, soya beans and vegetables. The fertile soils of the region support a vast livestock industry also. Cattle, sheep and pigs from Gunnedah are renowned for their high quality and are exported all over the world.

Gunnedah is the centre of the resource rich, Gunnedah Coal Basin. Exhibiting low ash and sulphur, high specific energy and very low phosphorus, Gunnedah's internationally sought-after coal is transported by rail to Newcastle for export- boosting Gunnedah's and the national economy. The Basin's coal production is expected to exceed 10 million tonnes per annum for some decades.

Gunnedah's retail and commercial sector provides a broadening supply of goods and services capable of supporting a growing population. With 3 major supermarkets and many nationally branded outlets, Gunnedah is a one-stop-shop not only for the Shire's residents but also many regional shoppers. Gunnedah is a welcoming community and a great place to run a new business venture.

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Purchasing Steps

6 STEPS TO BUYING A HOUSE

Purchasing residential real estate can be a very exciting process, however it can also be a confusing time for the prospective buyer. As you may already be aware, different agencies usually have different set of rules and standards, so we would like to inform you of the general buying process.

Property owners receive all types of interest-some genuine, some not. Some people submit offers to test the possibility of sale, but do not actually stay true with their offer.

This can lead to frustration and concern for the owners as they try to assess who is actually a genuine buyer. The best way to present a strong offer on any property is to follow the steps below that allow you to understand what is required in preparation.

Allowing you to put forward your strongest purchasing proposition to the agent. All offers must be presented to the owner in writing and all purchase details correct for filling in the contract for signing.

STEP 1 – PROVIDE AGENT WITH YOUR FULL DETAILS SUCH AS:

  • The actual purchase price you will be paying for the property.

  • The method by which you choose to pay the 10% deposit. E.g. Cheque/bond/other.

  • The settlement period that you require or the vendor has stipulated.

  • The name of your chosen Solicitor or Conveyancer.

  • The name of your bank or financial lending institution.

  • Any special conditions or requests that you may have so that we can inform the vendor (property owner).

  • All the above details can be recorded on a Formal Offer Document supplied by your agent to remove any confusion.

STEP 2 – CONFIRM YOUR TIME FRAME AVAILABLE TO DO ANY INVESTIGATIONS

Find out if the property has a deadline on it, such as auction or other offers from interested parties.

STEP 3 – DECIDE IF YOU ARE GOING TO OBTAIN A PEST AND BUILDING REPORT

Before you purchase the property - in particular a new home - it is important that you receive a copy of a Pest and Building Report from a qualified inspector. Please note that this report is a complete list of defects of the home, and is very different from the feature brochure that you receive from our agency. Most people are shocked with the report they receive on the home, e.g.  the home is 34 years old and is in need of new roof tiles. Roof tiles last approximately 35 years and need replacing on every home at that age. The point to remember here is that all homes at one time or another require maintenance, and that this is known as a capital improvement.

STEP 4 – NOTIFY YOUR BANK OF YOUR PURCHASE ADDRESS AND DETAILS

A pre-approval of finance from your bank or lending institution needs to be in place before safely proceeding with your property purchase, however many banks will approve you in principle yet may require a valuation. Don’t be alarmed if your bank or lending institution requests a valuation by a registered property valuer. This is normal practice of lending institutions, and serves as confirmation of the agreed sale price. If you are intending to buy at auction, all the above-mentioned must be in place. Auction day is final. If you turn up to bid and you are the highest bidder past the reserve price (on-the-market price) you are the instant owner awaiting settlement of the property.

STEP 5 – DON’T FORGET TO INCLUDE STAMP DUTY FUNDS IN YOUR FINAL NUMBERS

STEP 6 – MEET WITH THE AGENT AND PROVIDE ALL DETAILS FOR SIGN OFF WITH THE OWNER

Once agreement on price, settlement, conditions, etc has been reached with the vendor the sale can proceed. An exchange of contracts is the only way to actually buy or sell real estate. This is achieved by signing the contract of sale which is then processed by the agent with all legal parties.

IN SUMMARY

Preparation is key. Understand the steps of sale and have everything in place is imperative to reaching your property goals. Whether you are considering purchasing this property or another in the near future and in need of advice, please feel free to contact myself or any of our team with questions that you may have.

   We are here to assist you.

 

Surrounding Sales Evidence

   41 Eveleigh Road, Gunnedah

   1.32Ha

   Sold date: 1/3/2016

   Sold price: $160,000

   77 Robert Gordon Road, Gunnedah

   1.19Ha

   Sold date: 11/4/2016

   Sold price:$175,000

   19 Denora Ave, Gunnedah

   1.44Ha

   Sold date: 9/9/2016

   Sold price: $165,000

 

 

Thank you for Viewing

Thank you for viewing

"Saffron on Blackjack"

 

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact anyone from the Mike Brady Team.

 

Mike Brady

Town & Rural Sales Specialist

When you want great service-we put you FIRST!

M  |  0488 420 266

E   |  mike@2380.com.au