Buying a home is something no man should ever have to endure. Or woman…because on this blog, we try to be progressive.
No, but really, we as a species should really be aiming to move forward with life and efficiency, and the first step is getting rid of all the red tape. There are buyers advocates in Melbourne, right? Well, they’re a great start. Just take all of them, give them MORE to do, and they can eventually be the ones who deal with all the home buying. Just, like…mash up every profession under the sun until eventually there’s only one: buyers advocate. And when that happens, they’ll be summoned whenever there’s something to do with buying a home. Then they’ll take care of literally everything.
Just point at the house you want in the digital online catalogue, which you’ve probably taken a tour of already because it’s the world of the future, and everything else is sorted. There may also be a prompt asking if you really want to purchase that house, but once you do confirm, it’s all over and done with.
I realise that’s quite a heavy burden to be placing upon buyers advocates, and there are plenty of things to consider in terms of legal ramifications, but I think we can do it. Basically, every single property professional will just have to retrain as an advocate, which is a small inconvenience when you think of it in the grand scheme of things. As a species, I think we can get to the point where buying houses becomes so easy, you just have to get in contact with a buyers advocate and click some buttons. I know we can do it.
I’m so stressed right now, in case you couldn’t tell.