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The Best First Home Buyers Guide To New Construction

Purchasing a newly constructed home requires more involvement from the buyer than a resale transaction. Keep these tips in mind to ensure a smooth deal and maximize your enjoyment with your new home. … Read More>>

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the right time to buy a home

According to a report by News.com.au, tenants across Australia’s capital cities are facing continuous rate hikes, despite a significant downturn in the property market. Data from rent.com.au showed that Melbourne and Sydney observed the maximum hike, despite the apparent drop in the market price of properties. … Read More>>

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low rate conveyancing

According to the Australian Institute of Conveyancers, “Conveyancing is the process of transferring the ownership of property from one person to another.” In simple terms a conveyancer is a lawyer who strictly and only specialises in property law. This will be important later so make a note of it if required.… Read More>>

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home loans without a deposit

Assuming you have a 5% deposit available one could opt to use a high LVR lender. Though, as mentioned above this would typically lead to the buyer needing to pay a mortgage insurance fee, as a way for the lender to insure themselves.… Read More>>

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to build or buy? construction loan and home loan

On the one hand, building your own home gives you more flexibility. You’ll have the freedom to design your home to suit your specific needs and preferences. But buying an existing home is often more convenient than building a new one, as all you’ll need is a loan pre-approval to begin looking. … Read More>>

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the real costs of buying a house

If you are planning to buy a home in the near future, in addition to a 20 per cent deposit, you should keep at least 5 per cent of the purchase price handy to take care of the other costs of buying a house. These include stamp duty, conveyancing fees, inspection costs, insurance, loan fees, …… Read More>>

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five warning signs to watch for when renovating

Here is how to check if a home’s condition is terminal. For those with enough equity built up in their existing home loan, paying for renovations can be as simple as refinancing their existing home loan.… Read More>>

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things to ignore while purchasing a home

You might have come across several lists detailing what not to ignore when purchasing a home. But, ignoring some trivial things could help you buy your property sooner, and possibly negotiate a lower rate, too. Sellers are often advised to clean up their home and present it in the best possible shape to prospective buyers.… Read More>>

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how to win a house auction

Buying at an auction could seem intimidating, especially as a novice. But, in practice, buying at an auction is quite straightforward. With some expert guidance and self-control, you could end up buying a stellar property for a bargain price in a fairly simple manner at an auction.     Of course, there is no denying… Read More>>

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