From tailoring individual property investment strategy to coordinating third parties, a commitment to acting with due diligence solely on a client’s behalf is something Niva Property principal Nigel Watts takes very seriously.
Working independent of real estate agents, the Hunter-based buyer’s advocate says his role is to help his client’s achieve financial independence.
“We minimise the most common mistakes investors make, which is buying the wrong property, selecting the wrong location, and overpaying,” he says.
“The goal is to buy the right property at the right price.”
It’s a process that begins by asking the right questions.
“We start by asking why you want to invest in real estate, where are you at now, and where do you want to be in x-number of years from now,” Nigel says.
“Then we’ll look at what to buy and where, whether you should build, buy an existing home, townhouse, block, or subdivision.
“We’ll form a strategy unique to the client, and then the analysis, research and acquisition process begins, working within a buyer’s budget and always aligned to their goals.
With a resume that includes naval officer, engineer, and construction valuation technology management, buyer’s advocate and qualified property investment advisor Nigel Watts, has an attention to detail that is second to none.
Together with his passion for property, the father-of-two has been buying and investing in property for the past 25 years.
Through his role at Niva Property, he now plans to share what he’s learned.
“We aim to remove the buyer from the emotion and stress of the purchase, and to get the best possible outcome for the buyer.”
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