The Brady Marcs team are proud to announce our continued support for the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Women’s Shelter, with a portion of all commissions for properties purchased through Brady Marcs Buyers Advisory during July and August this year being donated to the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Women’s Shelter. The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Women’s Shelter is a fantastic community organisation, […]
The Brady Marcs team are delighted to announce the launch of our first office in Canberra, ACT. Whilst the Brady Marcs team have bought many properties in regional areas for clients across NSW, the opening of the Canberra office is our first official location outside of the Sydney Metropolitan area, and marks a significant milestone for the business.
In the series finale for 2021, Mike and Brady are joined by Connie Mastroianni to discuss ways to add value to a property – but especially how to ensure you don’t waste money in the process. In the current market, buyers are needing to consider the long-term value of properties more than ever. Homes need to be versatile and flexible, and able to accommodate many different and changing family contexts. Construction and renovations continue at record highs but knowing how to maximise the value of a property without wasting money begins with finding the right property and knowing what to look for.
This week on Biz of Property, Mike and Brady are joined by special guest Deborah Cullen from Cullen Royle Property Advisory. For many of us, luxury real estate has long felt unobtainable, but beyond the suburbs, there is a very specific but growing sector of signature and experience properties – and it is more accessible than you probably think. Everything from character homes to rural homesteads, through to entire islands and signature architectural icons. Today, we delve into the luxury market to discuss what defines an ‘experience’ property, explore stories of the amazing properties people are buying, and how best to approach thinking about a lifestyle change or hybrid solution for your family.
With COVID restrictions lifting and international borders reopening once again, the property market is bouncing back to life. We have seen a very resilient property market during COVID, but there are also many mixed signals. To make sense of it all and help plan the next steps in your property journey, today we discuss current market trends and emerging opportunities.
One of the biggest shifts in the property market we have seen in the past two years is buyers choosing to prioritise lifestyle over proximity to work. This can mean moving further out of the city to areas such as the beach, or a complete shift to regional or rural areas. In this episode of ‘Biz of Property,’ Brady Yoshia and special guest Heidi Brown join Ticker co-host Mike Loder to discuss the factors that need to be considered when looking further afield.
In this episode of ‘Biz of Property,’ Brady Yoshia and special guest Lucy Bulla join Ticker co-host Holly Stearnes to look at the unique challenges and key strategies for expat buyers. With Australia’s international borders set to finally reopen, it is good news for Australians wanting to return to home, or securing an investment before they leave.
In the premiere episode of ‘Biz of Property,’ our very own Brady Yoshia joins Ticker co-host Mike Loder to look at what buyers need to know about how auctions work, the key differences for online auctions compared to in-person auctions, as well as tips and tricks on how to approach an auction to ensure the best outcome on the day.
With the current Sydney lockdown banning in-person auctions altogether and COVID-related restrictions in place for the foreseeable future, online auctions have become a regular fixture for selling property in Sydney. Online auctions can be a different experience to an in-person format, and buyers who are well prepared are more likely to have a positive outcome. Here Brady Marcs founder Brady Yoshia shares her top tips for being prepared.
Brady Marcs founder, Brady Yoshia, was interviewed on Ticker News by host, Adrian Franklin. Brady discussed the challenges and opportunities that exist in navigating the current environment of the property market, as well as specific advice for expats looking to return home.