The hectic conditions of the current property market have many
first-time investors feeling the pressure to secure a property before they’re
But buying a property is a decision that should never be rushed – and
jumping in before you’re ready could be costly.
Do you want to avoid the common mistakes homebuyers make?
Well…here’s a list of some of the common things I hear from more
experienced buyers about buying their first home or investment property.
To learn from their mistakes, these are some of those little (and big!)
things they wish they’d known before taking the plunge…
There’s always some kind of trade-off
When you’re buying a property, there are three major factors involved:
· Your budget
(usually determined by what the bank is willing to loan you)
· The property
itself (age, size of the block, how many bedrooms and bathrooms, etc.)
· The location.
You can’t do much about your budget, other than minimising your debts
and reducing your credit card limits.
And you can always renovate or extend the property later. But
you’re stuck with the location – so don’t compromise.
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Friday, 19 November 2021