home buying & selling

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Once a homebuyer or investor signs on the dotted line there is a bit of a waiting game before the property finally becomes theirs. During that time, there are a number things that can take place, including building and pest inspections if you haven’t done these already, finance approval and conveyancing. There is also something that…

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Unfortunately, not all properties sell the first time they’re listed for sale, even in a hot market.  Those that do sell can go pretty quickly, while those that don’t can languish on the “for sale” register of selling agents for some time. Around 20% to 30% of properties fail to find a buyer. Whatever the…

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If you are looking to engage a buyer’s agent, it pays to do your research.  Investors must be cautious of the motivations of the person they choose to act on their behalf. A buyer’s agent should only be paid by one party – the investor, they should lend their expertise to the benefit of the…

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Parents have helped their children buy homes for generations.  Back then, it was often via a cash gift that their child – often newly married – could use as a deposit. Today, many parents are equally interested in helping their children, especially when property prices have made saving a deposit more difficult for first home buyers….