When property market conditions favour sellers, buyers need to engage some smart strategies. Here are four ways to gain entry into a hot housing market.
Buying a yet-to-be completed property comes with both pluses and drawbacks. Be sure to weigh up both.
Rising property values are making it harder for first home buyers to get into the market, but instead of buying as an owner occupier, it could be worth buying your first place as an investor.
Managing the property chain between selling your old place and moving into a new home can call for creative thinking.
It is important to purchasers that they pay the right price for a property, in much the same way as it is in the vendor’s interest to get the highest price for the same place. Emotional purchases can often fetch a higher price, especially in the heat of the moment bidding.
“House Flipping” is the current buzzword, and it means to buy a house and renovate for profit. Our friends at Handyman Magazine have very kindly allowed us to publish an excerpt from their May issue on how to renovate and sell within 10 weeks.
Quality renovations can bring a new lease of life to historic homes, making them more liveable and providing enhanced opportunities for capital growth.
It is important to purchasers that they pay the right price for property, in much the same way as it is in the vendor’s interest to get the highest price for the same place.
The number of broken relationships today has increased! We all have friends who have been through the emotional rollercoaster of a relationship breakup! This becomes even more complicated when you have bought a home together.
Buying a home calls for some serious time management – often from the moment you make an offer. Yet many buyers are uncertain about exactly what happens once your offer is accepted.