Buying a property

[flex_video widescreen="true" vimeo="true"] [/flex_video] Transcript: I would like now to share a couple of classic property seller mistakes that I see people making all the time. The first one is failing to "Showcase". In spite of how frequently this mistake is addressed and how simple it...

[flex_video widescreen="true" vimeo="true"] [/flex_video] Transcript: To buy or to rent? That is the dilemma facing many potential homeowners today. It seems that buying a home is more costly - and time consuming - than renting a home. However, if you can comfortably afford to do so,...

Margaret Lomas weighs into the debate about housing affordability on the back of what some state governments are doing to help. Transcript: Kevin:  We talk in the show a reasonable amount about housing affordability. In fact, last week in the show, I was talking to Nerida Conisbee...

We take a look at the Victoria Government’s housing affordability package called Homes for Victorians.  Is this the answer to making housing more affordable and will other states harness this initiative?  Nerida Conisbee from RealEstate.com.au gives us her thoughts. Transcripts: Kevin:  Of course, one of the most popular...

  [flex_video widescreen="true" vimeo="true"] [/flex_video] Transcript: When it comes to buying a property, you should never rely on verbal agreements. All property transactions must be recorded on a legal contract and include any special conditions or inclusions. This includes listing your property for sale as a seller.  Having...

FOMO or fear of missing out is driving many property buyers, especially auction bidders, to pay way over the odds according to Real Estate Buyers Association of Australia president Rich Harvey.  He talks to us about this and has an excellent suggestion for you if...

Property is a brilliant asset class for creating wealth – so why aren’t more of us doing it?   Great question and one that I ask Michael Yardney.  Statistics reveal that only a small number of Australians actually put their money into any properties beyond their...

The property cycle means that demand for properties in each state and territory can rise and fall depending on how the market in those locations are faring. It's well understood that Sydney is at the top of its market cycle and Melbourne is perhaps not far...

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