• Moving Into A New House read more

    Things To Do Before Moving Into A New House | Essential Checklist

    July 9th, 2020 | by brisconvey

    Whether you’re downsizing, upgrading, or just needing a change, moving house is tough. It’s time consuming, expensive and emotionally challenging, however, with careful planning and the right resources, it can be a relatively stress-free process.

  • Unconditional Contracts read more

    What You Need To Know About Unconditional Contracts

    June 3rd, 2020 | by Amelie Wilkinson

    For a variety of reasons, buyers are often tempted to put forward an unconditional offer to snatch up their dream home. If you’re attending an auction or thinking about putting in an unconditional offer to buy your dream home or next investment property, it’s important to understand exactly what you’re getting into when you sign… Read more »

  • Settlement Problems read more

    How To Deal With Settlement Problems When Buying Or Selling A House

    November 8th, 2019 | by Amelie Wilkinson

    So your house hunting is over: you’ve received the news that your offer to purchase your dream home has been accepted. Or you’ve put your property on the market and found a happy buyer. Once you’ve taken a moment to celebrate, it’s time to make sure you’re on top of the legal things that can… Read more »

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    How To Negotiate Buying A House The Right Way

    October 3rd, 2019 | by Amelie Wilkinson

    Are you thinking of making an offer on a property? If you think you’ve found your dream home, congratulations! Making an offer on a property can be incredibly exciting. But before you take the plunge and put in your final offer, we strongly recommend talking to your lawyer about how to make sure the sales… Read more »

  • Saved Money For Property Purchase read more

    What Happens With The Money That I Have Saved For My Property Purchase?

    August 30th, 2019 | by Amelie Wilkinson

    You have been saving for years and you now have enough money saved to start your hunt for your dream home. Before you start looking at properties, it’s a good idea to speak to your bank, or to a mortgage broker, to find out how much you can borrow and to start the pre-approval process.

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