You’ve found your dream home at the right price, in the right location. But don’t take things at face value. Some additional research can confirm if there’s more to your new home than meets the eye.
Beat the psychology of auctions and get your game face on to do some serious – but sensible, bidding.
Despite a tight budget and an even tighter deadline, some smart improvements added an extra $150,000 to this home’s sale price.
There’s no need to wait until you’ve found the right property to apply for your home loan. In fact, there are good reasons why you should get a home loan pre-approval before you begin home hunting.
Take a look at these five tips to avoid over-spending, and keeping your budget on track over the summer holidays.
To help first home buyers with the challenges of getting on the property ladder, some states have introduced First Home Buyer Affordability packages that include an exemption on stamp duty for properties up to a certain value.
For first home buyers struggling to raise a decent deposit, a family guarantee loan can be a way of getting into your first home sooner.
In the market for a home? We take a look at what you can expect to pay across Australia’s major cities.
You wouldn’t buy clothes that don’t fit, and it’s the same with home loans. With a wide variety to choose from, it’s important to select the type of home loan that’s the right fit for you.
Getting ready to buy a first home is an exciting time, and it’s possible to streamline the journey by bringing six key pieces of information to your first meeting with an Aussie broker.