I'll be heading off to Australia on vacation, with the extra thought that I might want to move there, and I thought that I might like to get an idea of what houses actually are like in the areas I'm interested in.
Seeing as I won't be making the move any time soon, I won't really be a possible buyer for any of the houses.
Is this kind of thing okay to do? I don't think it's much different from people who are just "browsing" with the thought of maybe moving to a bigger house when they know that, realistically, now wouldn't be a good time to make the move (if they even want to) or just checking out the general area, and I genuinely believe that I will make the move... eventually, and it's a good kind of info for me to have.
If there are any real estate agents reading this: how would you feel knowing you'd showed someone around who was doing this?
P.S. If you're thinking about telling me I should be wary that I might not get to make the move: thank you for your concern, it's very much appreciated but misplaced. My education is on the skilled occupations list, my credit is good, I'm still young and healthy, squeaky clean criminal record, I'm from a country that has global approval, and my English is fairly good (if my grades are any indication), so as far as I know, I'd pretty much get waved through. Once all the paperwork is done and fees paid and all that. So no more trouble than anyone else. Still, thank you for the kindly meant thought. =)