Buying a property in Bulleen can be a daunting and difficult process. For many of us, it is something we only do a few times in our lives.
A buyers advocate (also known as a buyers agent or property finder) can be an enormous help to make it easy to buy a home or investment property by:
- removing the stress and frustration of buying a home
- saving you time and allowing you to get your weekends back
- saving you from having to deal with the tactics of real estate agents
Questions such as “where can I find a home I can afford”, “am I paying too much?”, “where can I find someone to bid for me at auction” are easily answered with the assistance of a buyer’s agent specialising in the Bulleen area.
A buyers advocate can manage the entire buying process for you or, where you have found a property, negotiate on your behalf with the agent or bid at auction for you.
At Amalain Buyer & Vendor Advocates, WE MAKE IT EASY to get your weekends back and find the perfect home or investment property in Bulleen for a LOW FLAT FIXED FEE. We guide you through the entire process, from selecting a home, market appraisal, negotiating/bidding to the final inspection, and help you purchase with confidence.
Amalain Buyer & Vendor Advocates also offer a service for vendors selling in Bulleen. We offer our Vendor Advocacy service to our sellers at NO CHARGE.
Bulleen Suburb Profile
Bulleen is another suburb in Melbourne situated 13 kilometers northeast of the CBD. With a population of 10,868 as of 2011, the area belongs to the City of Manningham local government.
The suburb’s name was derived from an area nearby called Bolin Bolin Billabong. Billabong is a lake and the term buln-buln originally means lyrebird.
The Manna Gum people were the early settlers in the billabongs. They stayed there for 5,000 years. As the largest lake or billabong, Bolin was an important ritual meeting place for the aborigines during the olden days. It is also there or on the hills where the corroborees took place.
By 1841, a Sydney solicitor named Frederic Unwin bought 5,120 acres of land in the area including the present Bulleen suburb. The price per acre then was one pound.
One of the first structures built in the area in 1952 was the Bulleen post office. A Bulleen South office was opened in 1959.
The main commercial area in the suburb is the Bulleen Plaza. This shopping complex located on Manninham Road houses a library, post office, medical centre, business centre and various cafes and specialty shops. A Coles supermarket is also available there.
Several educational institutions are available in Bulleen. These are the St. Clement of Rome, a Catholic primary school and Marcellin College, a Catholic secondary school. Families with special children residing in the suburb can also enroll their kids at the Bulleen Special School.
Buses are the only means of public transportation servicing Bulleen. Many run to the Melbourne CBD passing through bus lanes on the Eastern Freeway and Hoddle Street. The Ventura Bus Lines is the main operator of bus routes in Bulleen.
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