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Homebuyers avoid physical inspections in hope of getting into booming market faster

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Desperate home seekers increasingly want to buy properties sight unseen in an attempt to leapfrog stiff buyer competition during the housing boom.

Nearly a third of prospective buyers surveyed in a recent national poll said they would take the risk of buying without physically inspecting a home.

Their view was that buying sight unseen would be a way to get their foot in the door quicker, according to the research by the Real Estate Buyers Agents Association and Property Talk Australia.

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Many of those contemplating a purchase without visiting the property were considering buying in a regional area or interstate, the survey of 745 homebuyers and…



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