Sydney Property Law Firm Experiencing Increased Demand As Market Bounces Back

Infocus Legal, a locally owned and operated law firm based in West Ryde NSW, is pleased to report that demand for their services has increased dramatically in recent months.

West Ryde, Australia - October 10, 2019 /PressCable/ —

New South Wales Australia – Infocus Legal, a locally owned and operated law firm based in West Ryde NSW, is pleased to report that demand for their services has increased dramatically in recent months, thanks to the property boom sweeping across the country.

With record low interest rates, and more relaxed borrowing rules, September saw the fastest growth in property prices since March 2017. As a consequence, more people are looking to establish a foothold on the property ladder, before property prices rise significantly.

The RBA is poised to cut the cash rate to a new all-time low of 0.75 per cent at its board meeting on Tuesday, in a further attempt to stimulate growth and kick-start the economy.

However, many potential homebuyers are aware that the full rate cut may not be passed on by the lenders, so the RBA may be limited in what it can deliver.

“We have noticed a dramatic increase in business over the last few months, as the property market begins to heat up,” said INSERT NAME HERE. “As property prices start to increase, many of our clients are telling us that they want to take advantage of the low rates, and buy a new property before the house prices explode.

Our small but hard-working team ar working diligently with every one of our clients to ensure a smooth and efficient home buying process. Anyone interested or contemplating buying a new property can contact our friendly customer service team, for advice or to instruct us to act on their behalf.”

Infocus Legal is a small law firm that provides big law firm results in a prompt and cost-effective manner. In accordance with the beliefs held by the firm, a team of highly qualified and experienced solicitors has been assembled with an aptitude for assisting clients with managing their affairs – from important family decisions to life’s bigger choices, such as buying or selling property.

Their goal is to continue to develop relationships with the community based on integrity, trust and understanding. They value every client and strive on professionalism, knowledge and innovation to provide them with top quality legal expertise.​ For more information about the company, and the services they provide, visit their website at https://www.infocuslegal.com.au

Contact Info:
Name: Sal Carrero
Email: Send Email
Organization: Infocus Legal
Address: Shop 2, 30-32 Herbert Street, West Ryde, NSW 2114, Australia
Phone: +61-2-8355-2490
Website: https://www.infocuslegal.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88926831

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