Posted on Nov 28, 2016

When it comes to buying a property, being caught off guard can determine a range of unexpected expenses. Purchasing a house is rather challenging; however, when you know what you’re doing, things go down your alley.

Matters such as loan pre-approval, lender’s mortgage insurance, stamp duty tax, conveyancing, contract of sale and professional inspection shouldn’t be undermined. Nonetheless, these get often forgotten.

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