Connect Events - first home buyers

Connect Events | 13 March 2019

Cracking the code

Buying your first home making your head swirl? Buyers agents. Auction vs private sale. Offset accounts. Interest rates. Contracts. The list goes on. We want to straighten it out for you at our Connect Events: Cracking the Code.

We’ve brought together a panel of experts from across the property industry who are ready to answer your questions. Director and Auctioneer at The Agency Michael Keil, President of REIWA Damian Collins, and Bankwest Home Finance Manager Sarah Howard will share their knowledge to help you make more informed decisions as you buy your first home. We’ll let you decide who gets more wardrobe space, though. We can’t help with that.

About the speakers

Michael Keil

With 24 years’ real estate experience, Michael is a multiple industry award winner with REIWA and the Austnet Group. His determined and honest nature infuses all aspects of his team’s operations. Michael’s intricate knowledge of the WA property market is evident in his innovative sales strategies that continue to deliver proven results for both residential property owners and developers.

Damian Collins

Damian is the current President of the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA). He is the founder and Managing Director of Momentum Wealth and Chairman of Mair Property Funds. Having been an active investor himself for over 25 years, Damian continues to apply his extensive experience in property to help fellow investors make successful investments through direct and syndicated property.

Event details

Date: 13 March 2019
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm AWST
Location: Level 1, Bankwest Place, 300 Murray Street, Perth WA 6000

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Things you should know

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