Looking to Buy a House in Melbourne? Let's Help You Find Your Dream Home

Are you looking to buy a Home or an investment property

in Melbourne?

Our team are passionate and experienced, and understand the challenges that come with buying a house or investment property. Take advantage of our knowledge to find the perfect property to buy in Melbourne.

Browse through the below property listings or contact us for your unique needs. We have a range of properties available to suit all budgets and preferences. From spacious family homes to modern apartments and cosy cottages, you’re sure to find something perfect for your needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions


In addition to price, there are many factors to consider when you want to buy property in Melbourne, including the location, size, and style of the property. It is important to consider your budget and any ongoing costs, such as council rates and utilities. A good way to research Melbourne house prices is to speak with us or check out online resources such as our website and property market reports. You can also get a better understanding of house prices in different areas by looking at listings and attending open homes.

If you are a first-time home buyer in Victoria, there are a number of resources available to help you navigate the process of buying a house. You can start by checking information at the First Home Buyer Guide or contact us at info@dreamhomesre.com.au and we will guide you through the process.

We work closely with Certified Practising Accountants, Legal Practitioners, Builders and other professionals who can assist you in the process.

When buying a property, you will generally need to provide identification documents such as a driver’s licence or passport, as well as proof of income and any relevant financial documents. Our real estate agent or mortgage broker will be able to provide a full list of the documents you need to provide.
If you’ve found a property you are interested in and want to make an offer, you will need to work with your real estate agent to prepare a written offer. This will include the price you are willing to pay, deposit amount, settlement period and any conditions you want to attach to the offer, such as a building inspection, finance approval etc.
Once you have made an offer on a property, the seller will either accept, reject, or counter your offer. If your offer is accepted, you will need to finalise the purchase by signing a contract and paying a deposit. If your offer is rejected or countered, you will have the opportunity to negotiate further or walk away from the deal.

When buying a house in Melbourne, there are several costs that buyers will need to take into account:

  1. Deposit: A deposit is typically required when making an offer on a property. This can range from 5% to 20% of the purchase price.
  2. Legal Fees: Legal fees will be charged for the conveyancing process, which includes drafting and reviewing contracts, title searches, and other legal work associated with the purchase.
  3. Stamp Duty: This is a government tax on property transactions. The amount of stamp duty will vary depending on the purchase price and the type of property.
  4. Building and Pest Inspection: A building inspection will check for any structural or safety issues with the property, while a pest inspection will check for any signs of termites or other pests.
  5. Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI): LMI is required when the deposit is less than 20% of the purchase price.
  6. Removalist Costs: If you need to hire a removalist to move your belongings into the new property.
  7. Connection Fees: If you need to connect utility services like electricity, gas, and internet.
  8. Home Insurance: It is advisable to take out home insurance to protect your new property.

It’s important to note that these costs can vary depending on the individual property and the specific circumstances of the purchase, so it’s best to contact us to obtain a tailored suggestion.