History Books WATER BOY
29 June 2017

How Michael Szulc found his way along the beach and through the mud to Port Phillip Bay and Albert Park Lake.

In The Know NATURAL TALENT
29 June 2017

As Business Development Manager for Cayzer’s Property Management team, Natalie McAsey is charged with developing a growth strategy focused on customer satisfaction.

Home Truths SHOW AND TELL
29 June 2017

From supporting the youngest members of our community to selling and leasing the oldest properties in our district, Cayzer has local covered.

Local Treasures STREETS OF HISTORY
04 May 2017

This is the first in a series of historic highlights that commences with some significant buildings and will be closely followed by a discussion of Indigenous sites.

History Books PADDING, PREAMBLE AND THE POLITICALLY CORRECT
10 March 2017

Geoff Cayzer on auctions and learning to watch his words

Investment Matters HOW TO CUT MORTGAGE COSTS
10 March 2017

The less interest you pay, the more you’ll have available to invest elsewhere or spend as you wish.

Home Truths Right Team, Right Strategy, Right Result
10 March 2017

How our local expertise and long-standing relationships will help you sell, lease or buy in 2017.

In The Know Proper(ty) Values
10 March 2017

Transparent, honest and community focused – three words that you would not expect to associate with Real Estate Agents. Jason De Stefano explains how this moral code sets Cayzer apart.

Local Treasures, Simple Pleasures BAR HUMBUG
09 February 2017

Christmas might be a distant memory but there is so much to celebrate about living so close to the beach, the city and Albert Park Lake. So while the days are still long, let’s use every hour to the full — or should we say fill.

History Books FROM CATTLE YARD TO ESPLANADE
01 December 2016

With experience spanning the spectrum of sales, Geoff Cayzer quickly learned that nothing is more important than knowing your product.

The Cayzer Community Safety Bay
01 December 2016

Don’t be fooled by the seemingly calm waters of Port Phillip Bay, gently lapping at the shore. The South Melbourne Life Saving Club has been keeping beachgoers safe by the water since the 1880s.