Enjoying lunch in the backyard or swimming in the pool is never quite as enjoyable if you spot your neighbour peeking through the fence.
Unfortunately for many pet lovers, it is legal in most states for landlords to refuse to rent to tenants who have pets – making the already competitive rental market even tougher.
Imagine finding your dream home after months of looking only to find yourself unable to make an offer when it’s time to lay your cards on the table.
Once the last boxes are unpacked, the housewarming has been thrown and time has passed since it’s your “new house”, most mortgage holders tend to forget their loan.
You’ve found your dream home, the price is in the ballpark, building and pest inspections are clear – now all that needs to happen is for the vendors to accept your offer.
Continued from Part 1 Once you’ve settled on a suburb and the type of property you’re after, it’s time to finalise all of the “serious” stuff. Interest rates, redraw facilities, LVR, LMI, property inspections and exchanging contracts are all terms you’ll become incredibly familiar with. 3. Loan choice and pre-approval There are literally thousands of More…