Choosing the right real estate agent to sell your home


Finding the right real estate agent to sell your property can be daunting. These helpful tips can make the experience a whole lot easier. Do some research The key to finding the right real estate agent is doing a bit of research. Start by making a short list of agents in your area. Then, investigate [...]

Choosing the right real estate agent to sell your home2018-01-09T13:27:30+10:00

When the auction is passed in – to you! What happens next?


The hammer falls, the auction has ended, the bidding’s all done… and the property is passed in to you, the highest bidder. You’re standing out the front of what could be your dream home, surrounded by curious neighbours, nosy passers-by and who knows how many other serious buyers. So what now?What happens next?With the property [...]

When the auction is passed in – to you! What happens next?2017-12-05T09:53:39+10:00

How to have a successful open for inspection


When you’re selling your house, the key to a successful open for inspection is to make potential buyers feel comfortable. You want to show your property’s best side, and allow people to see themselves living in their new home. We’ve put together some handy tips to help increase your property’s attractiveness on inspection day. [...]

How to have a successful open for inspection2017-10-16T13:00:08+10:00

Say goodbye debt (and hello home loan) in seven straightforward steps


It’s all too easy to rack up debt – credit cards, HECS, car loans – and may seem all too hard to pay it off. Debt can also have a big impact on how much money you can borrow for a home loan, so reducing your debt is essential when you set out to [...]

Say goodbye debt (and hello home loan) in seven straightforward steps2017-09-07T14:02:40+10:00

Did you know about… Non Bank Lenders?


Deciding where to go for your home loan is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. While many prospective property owners will choose to use a mainstream lender, non-bank lenders also have their advantages. What are non-bank lenders? Essentially, a non-bank lender is a lender that’s not a bank, credit union or building [...]

Did you know about… Non Bank Lenders?2017-04-11T12:57:30+10:00

Family… to help or not to help?


Do you have children trying to get into the property market? Are your children wondering if it will ever be possible to buy a property in today’s market? Outgoing Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens stated that the only way for young people to get onto the property ladder in Australia’s most heated market [...]

Family… to help or not to help?2017-02-20T14:47:32+10:00

Path to Successful Property Investment


Property has been considered a popular path to wealth for Australians for many years. It has the potential to generate capital growth (an increase in the value of your asset) as well as rental income. There are also tax advantages associated with negative gearing. However, when buying an investment property it is wise [...]

Path to Successful Property Investment2017-02-20T14:44:00+10:00

Tax deductions for your investment property


According to the ATO there are around 1.9 million property investors in Australia and 2.7 million rental investment properties1. Surprisingly, many landlords fail to claim all allowable tax deductions simply because they are unaware of all the expenses they can claim as a tax deduction. GEARING There are two types [...]

Tax deductions for your investment property2017-02-21T12:54:55+10:00

Buying your first home


BUYING YOUR FIRST HOME CAN BE A DAUNTING PROPOSITION Are you worried you will NEVER own a home? If you are a potential first home buyer (FHB) you may be feeling disheartened by the negativity in the media as to whether younger generations will ever own their own home. There is no doubt [...]

Buying your first home2017-02-21T13:12:43+10:00

Time for a second opinion?


Over the last four years Australia has seen significant growth of around 37% in the number of investment property loans compared to an increase of only 4% in the number of owner occupied loans. 78% of the growth in investment property loans has been attributed to the 35 to 64 age groups. In NSW alone, [...]

Time for a second opinion?2016-12-07T11:28:58+10:00
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