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How to crack into the property market in 2019

Recent changes in the property market have created an opportunity for First Home Buyers to get into the market. Especially those with deposits ready. According to Domain’s Property Price Forecast, property prices are expected to remain relatively flat in capital...

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What is Gazumping?

Gazumping sounds like something that might happen during a board game, but in reality, it can be extremely distressing for buyers in the property market. Gazump VERB – WITH OBJECT Make a higher offer for a house than (someone whose offer has already been accepted by...

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Contracts have been Exchanged now what!!!

Contracts have been Exchanged now what!!! Now it’s a waiting game. Sit back, take a deep breath and relax, you've earned it. The pace slows a little now as your licensed Conveyancer does some tyre-kicking. For roughly the next six weeks or the settlement date, we will...

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10 Hot Tips for purchasing land

If you’re considering buying land to build your home, there are certain things to consider to ensure the block is right for you. Choosing a block of land to build your dream home is exciting. Every family has different needs, and things like finance, services...

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Broker or Bank

  Broker or Bank When people want to borrow money, their first thought is to go to a bank. This may not be the best solution when looking for a loan to buy real estate. Like your Licensed Conveyancer, a mortgage broker is on your side. He or she wants to get you...

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Title Insurance – A Growing Trend

  Did you know that 30% to 40% of Australian properties have some form of illegal building structure on them or have some other issue that could cause unpleasant surprises (and expenses) for the future property owner? While it is no replacement for a good...

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What is a Section 184 Certificate?

When a property under strata title is sold, one of the disbursements is a Section 184 Certificate. This certificate is issued under Section 184 of the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996. What is Section 184 Certificate? The Certificate is issued by the managing strata...

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Changes to legislation for Foreign Investors

From 1 July 2016, foreign residents will be required to obtain a clearance certificate from the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) in respect of purchasing and from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) in relation to the sale of property within Australia. In...

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