Home Buyers Guide
Buying property is about the biggest financial commitment you’ll ever have to make.
For many it will be something never done before. Selecting the right home in the right area, organising finance and negotiating the sale – it all sounds a little daunting. Yet it isn’t as complicated as you may think!
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First Home Buyers Grants
Are you having trouble finding out what rebates and grants are available to you as a first home buyer or builder? There is a lengthy list of financial assistance that may be available to you. We have compiled a list of all assistance available in an easy to read guide.view
Preparing Your Home for Profit
We have learned that the best price comes from the best preparation. As your real estate partner it is our intention - via this document - to help you maximise your price and to make the sale of your property an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
It's important that we keep our eyes on the prize. The prize is securing the best possible price for your home. Your profit will be realised when we attract a cashed-up buyer, who will inspect the home on the surface then obtain a building and pest report that will influence the final dollar decision.
With this understanding we have constructed this document in a way that clearly works to our final moment of truth. So let's get started by preparing your home for profit.
Purchasing with Self Managed Super
It wasn't so long ago that people used to say if you own your own property you'd be right for life but times have changed. Using a self-managed super fund (SMSF) to buy property is becoming increasingly popular as it can give you more control over the management of your retirement savings.
A lot of the inflexibility and controls have been relaxed such that superannuation is now a legitimate way to grow your assets in a tax-free environment. Contributions to superannuation are now tax-free for investors over the age of 60.
Get a better understanding of what you need to do to unlock your superannuation’s full potential.