The home is exactly what you’re looking for at the right price. There are other buyers circling with offers, and you feel an urgency to do something or miss out.
Whether you love the thrill of an auction or your knees tremble at the thought, auctions have become the preferred method of selling property in most of the major centres across the country.
For those who are new to the process, buying or selling at auction can appear daunting. Don’t be put off! There are many advantages, and a few tips and tricks, that you should know about before entering the auction room.
Tighter regulations have made it tougher than ever for non-resident buyers to buy property in Australia. While the process may seem near impossible to navigate, once you understand the framework the Government uses to approve applications, it’s actually fairly straightforward. Take a look at what you need to know.
Every investment property should have a tax depreciation schedule completed for it. By unlocking the cash flow potential in an investment property, owners can save thousands of dollars every year in their tax return.
When it comes to building a retirement nest egg for the future, property is still viewed as one of the safest long-term investments.
If you haven’t dipped your toe into property investment yet, you may be wondering about how to get started and there’s no doubt it can be a bit of a daunting process, but it doesn’t have to be!
There are a few strategies you can go with and what you end up pursuing really depends on what you’re looking for.
With differing advice from various industry experts and well-meaning family friends, it is easy to become confused about the best way to go about changing residences. The big question is whether to buy or sell first.
A lot of course depends on your own circumstances, for example whether you are buying and selling in the same area, or whether you are moving to a whole new area. So, to help you make your final decision, consider the following factors carefully and how they affect your specific situation.
We’re now well into a new year, and with a new year comes a brand-new set of goals and priorities. If one of your top priorities this year is finding a brand-new property, here are some tips on where to start.
Moving house with kids can be stressful for everyone, but particularly young children, especially if they’ve previously only known one home. But with a little foresight, planning and some good old distraction techniques moving to a new home need not be traumatic.
We've put together out top tips to keep things stress free before and during the big day, as well as some fun ideas to get your family used to the new home.