How to Start Saving for your First Home?

Buying a house is exciting and life-changing. What's not as much fun is saving for the deposit. But the more money you put down upfront, the less you'll have to borrow. There are many ways to save for a home. With a good savings plan and some discipline, you'll soon have the deposit for your home. Often the culmination of years of squirrelling away every spare dollar you earn, reaching that target amount is no small achievement, particularly with house prices Read more

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How many bedrooms for my First Home?

With ever shrinking household sizes, a rapidly expanding population, an ongoing critical housing shortage and affordability issues all plaguing Australian property markets, there’s no denying that we require more accommodation and quickly. Not just any type of accommodation will do however. With more young people opting to live in our inner cities and state governments implementing urban growth boundaries in an effort to curb outer suburban sprawl, it seems the answer lies in higher density accommodation, namely one bedroom apartment style Read more

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Should we buy Property together if we’re not married?

ith more Australians delaying marriage until later in life, and four out of five married couples living together before tying the knot, buying a home with your partner can seem like a great way to get onto the property ladder. Although the average age of first-home buyers has remained constant at 32 years old for two decades, the median age of marriage in 2015 was 31.8 for men and 29.8 for women, compared to 29.5 for men and 27.6 for women in Read more

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