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The real costs of buying a house

Costs of buying a house: The truths   In addition to saving up a deposit, there are other accessory hidden costs of buying a house you must budget for. These costs include various fees and charges such as conveyancing fee, inspection fee, lender’s fee, stamp duty, insurance, etc. and can set you back by almost… 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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tips to win at property 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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As the skies get clearer and the weather gets warmer, the last few weeks of spring surely inspire a lot of mush. Besides, research says that being in love is good for your health. Yes, being in love is known to reduce stress, lower the blood pressure and maintain a healthy heart. A quick Google… Read More>>

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secure a better home loan deal

As the mortgage market heats up rapidly and banks vie with each other to retain existing customers as well as attract new ones, there has never been a better time, especially in view of the low interest rates available currently, for home buyers to boost their savings by securing a competitive mortgage rate with one… Read More>>

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maximise investment property returns

As you scrounge and save throughout the working years to purchase your precious abode, did you know that giving some extra thought to your home loan could help you make significant savings while shaving the years off your home loan? Very often, home buyers caught up in the frenzy of buying their first home spend… Read More>>

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An article on News.com.au recently read “Sydney homebuyers can save more than $100,000 by building their dream house rather than buying a ready-to-move-in property.” It further reported that the trend was similar across Australia, with “newly built houses costing an average of $361,096 and established houses $419,400.” Indeed, if you can spare some time and… Read More>>

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Planning to buy a home? That’s great. Congratulations for taking the first step towards fulfilling the great Australian dream. But are you aware how much the banks are willing to lend to you?     Knowing how much you can borrow at the outset helps you set realistic expectations of what you can afford and… Read More>>

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