Ways to buy your first home
What’s the right way to buy your first home? We’ve helped thousands of Aussies answer this question, and can help you, too. As you embark on your journey as a first home buyer, you need to weigh a number of factors when considering ways to purchase. One of the first things to look at is your financial situation - your earnings, the amount you can save for a deposit and your credit history.
Your needs and goals will shape what sort of property you’re looking for, and that will also be an influence on how you purchase your first home. Are you buying alone, or are you co-purchasing with a partner, friend or other family member? These are important factors when choosing the right loan. Are you buying as an investment, or are you looking for your dream home? Both are possible and within reach– it’s all about what’s right for you.
Chat to us today for advice about buying your first home. We’ll help you get started with finding the loan pathway that’s right for you, and we’re here to answer questions about other costs involved with first home buying, such as stamp duty and insurance. We’ll also help you find out if you’re eligible for financial support from the government, such as the First Home Owners Grant.
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"Aimee was always on hand to guide and support us throughout the process. We were first time home buyers and she made everything so simple for us, answering all questions no matter how trivial. She came to our home and accommodated my husband's shifts. She kept in touch with us when we travelled overseas and provided a gentle 'nudge' to our solicitor to speed up the process when he was dragging his heels. Aimee went above and beyond for us."
- Catherine R