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Property & Investment 2017-07-21T12:54:07+00:00
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Have you been bitten by the renovation bug? It seems that most people you meet have ideas about renovating a house at some stage. Most of us would like to stay in our home for as long as possible. So putting some thought into the design before carrying out renovations makes a lot of sense. Careful thought and planning now may extend the time we can stay in our own home.

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Spring is here! The sun is shining, the weather keeps improving, and with it often comes that urge for a thorough spring clean. With a more stable climate, and Christmas holidays looming in the not too distant future, October is a very popular time of year for home improvements and renovations. Here are some quick pointers to make sure your spring spruce up runs on time, and most importantly, to budget.

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For some First Home Buyers, the whispers and stories they hear about buying a property encourage them to stay at home, or continue to rent, rather than get their feet on the property ladder. So, the purpose of this article is to dispel some of the “stories” we hear from those of you who are new to the property game.

APRA

Over the past few months, there has been a lot of chatter in the media about APRA tightening controls on lending for investment property purchases. And as property investment is one of Australia’s most popular ways to build wealth for the future, it has understandably raised a lot of questions from our clients about how this will change the game for those currently looking to invest. But what is APRA actually doing and why? How will it affect your capacity to get an investment property loan if you’re looking to buy this spring?

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Buying a home is a very exciting time – particularly if you’re climbing on to the property ladder for the first time! When you finally get your deposit together, it’s really easy to get caught up in the moment and forget to budget for the other costs associated with buying your home, so here’s a quick checklist of things to include when planning your finances for your big move.

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