Buying a brand new home often means signing up to a house and land package, or if you’re buying into a townhouse or apartment complex, buying off the plan.
In both instances, however, it’s not quite as simple as it sounds, as no two house and land packages or off the plan purchases are ever the same.
Continue reading “What to Look For When You Buy a House and Land Package or Off the Plan”
A property sales process tends to move quickly particularly when you are buying from an experienced real estate sales agent. It can also happen if you have all your finances and property checks in order and are able to move quickly yourself to secure a property.
The key consideration at this stage is that you find the best property that suits your needs and budget and that matches your criteria set in your goals!
Continue reading “Property Evaluation fine tunes the property buying funnel”
The Internet is NOT the Real World, it’s a Sales Agents World
If you’ve ever looked for property on the internet, then you know that very often things are not always what they seem. Bedrooms that appeared light and spacious online often turn out to be dark and cramped; lush gardens overgrown; that short distance to the local shops: a ten minute drive on a street signposted at 100km/hr.
Inspecting a property, especially if you intend to live in it, is an important part of the property buying process. Continue reading “Property Inspections, vetted by a buyers agent”
If you know, then you need to act
A 2015 amendment to the legislation governing the sale and leasing of residential property has made any property that’s tested positive for, or even suspected to contain, loose-fill asbestos insulation (LFAI) a “material fact” that real estate agents must disclose to potential buyers and tenants [How Loose-Fill Asbestos Insulation Could Destroy Your Property’s Value].
Continue reading “Properties Suspected to Contain Loose-Fill Asbestos Insulation a “Material Fact””
NSW Government has a Private Public Register
The NSW Government will demolish a house in the Lake Macquarie area of Glendale, after it was found to contain loose-fill asbestos insulation (LFAI), an especially noxious form of asbestos that requires the premises to be demolished and the land remediated to eradicate the hazard. Continue reading “Secret Glendale (Newcastle) House Demolished by NSW Government without a Trace”
In July 2018, the Department of Fair Trading will launch a loose-fill asbestos insulation (LFAI) awareness campaign in Newcastle, as part of the department’s Loose-Fill Asbestos Insulation Taskforce.
If LFAI is discovered they’ll buy the property at market valuation and demolish it, but if you don’t register before 31st July who knows what will happen. Continue reading “How Loose-Fill Asbestos Insulation Could Destroy Your Property’s Value”