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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Posted on Nov 23, 2016
The lack of affordable houses is a common problem in Australia, especially for first-time buyers. As property prices are always increasing, how long does it take to save up for a...
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Posted on Sep 06, 2016
When it comes to purchasing a property, most Australians prefer a house with more than one bedroom – in fact, the more rooms, the merrier. But, is this the right approach?
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Posted on Aug 29, 2016
According to official data gathered in 2011, 7.9 percent of Australians have owned investment property. Are you thinking of this alternative as well? Then, you’ve come to the...
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Posted on Jul 20, 2016
It is never easy when you have to go between your dream home and its price. You have now found a property that you want to buy, but can you get the perfect price on it as well?...
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Posted on May 31, 2016
It always puzzles me when I go around to inspections to see buyers coming and going without uttering a word to the agent, other than their mobile number on their way in to be...
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Posted on May 09, 2016
Statistics outline that one in five Australians feels compelled to purchase an imposing, big house, to keep up with the competition within their group of friends. That’s a...
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