We like things big in Australia. Big homes, big cars, big meals, and big characters – everything’s got to be larger than life. Or does it? Have you, for example, looked at new car sales lately? Fuel efficient, small to mid-size cars are flying out of the showrooms almost before they’ve been off-loaded from the
Are you looking to sell your home fast and at a the top price? Well, let’s look at some strategies you need to know before putting your property on the market. It’s no easy task to set the price for your home. It’s likely you’ll think your home is worth a mint and the estate
That’s because buying or building a brand new home means that you have access to the latest house designs as well as sparkly-new fixtures and fittings. First home buyer’s house and land packages are always popular but it’s important to understand what to look for and what to stay away from. So, let’s have a
Thursday, 21 September 2017 by Kate Forbes
Young Australians, eager to stand on their own two feet, are facing the harsh reality of having to rely heavily on their parents to help them buy a home. A survey of 1,006 people nationwide, conducted for non-bank lender State Custodians Home Loans, found one in three respondents who don’t own a home admit they’ll
Parents have helped their children buy homes for generations. Back then, it was often via a cash gift that their child – often newly married – could use as a deposit. Today, many parents are equally interested in helping their children, especially when property prices have made saving a deposit more difficult for first home buyers.