If you’re in the market for a new home, here’s the place where you can brush up on all the must-know financial lingo and home buying essentials in one place. You can read these guides one by one and become a home buying guru or jump to a topic that best suits your home buying questions and needs.
When was the last time you looked at how the Australian dollar is fairing on the market? May be on the rise, but according to foreign investors, it’s still pretty low. What does that mean to you and I? Everything. From lower currency exchange when travelling overseas to inflated prices on average items we buy, day to day.
So you’re thinking about buying off the plan. That’s wonderful! The anticipation of waiting to see your new home or investment property come to fruition would be part nerve-wracking and part-exciting at the the same time. But, will it be as spectacular as the artist’s impression? Will it be as spacious as you initially thought? Will the builder commit to construction till the very end?
When it comes to buying and selling property in Australia, the process seems to go on forever and can often be quite complicated. So to help understand the steps of conveyancing, we asked Chief Executive at My Place Conveyancing, David King to give us a rundown.
Whether you’re a novice home buyer or seasoned pro, investing in property can be a perplexing time and sometimes confusing. When is the best time to buy anyway? There’s a buying trend we need to follow, right?
If you’re thinking about purchasing a property, before you start eyeing off that penthouse suite the first thing you should think about is how much you can realistically afford to repay each month, as this will ultimately determine the amount you should borrow.
Thinking about buying your first home? Perhaps it’s an investment property? No matter the type of buyer you are, if the Australian property market is calling your name but you’re unsure of your borrowing power, this guide is here to help.
While buying a property is an exciting time, what’s not exciting is getting your head around all the home buying number crunching. Before you can even begin to think about what your loan repayment costs will be or how much stamp duty you’ll need to pay, you’ll need to save up a deposit.