Buying off-the-plan is a bit different to buying a property that you can inspect before you commit to buy. Because of this, the process is a bit different, involving using different tactics, using your imagination and strategically taking on future risk.
Investing in property has the potential to yield high returns for savvy investors. If you want to to get it right, it helps to know the pitfalls that some investors fall into so that you can avoid going down the same path. To help you with this, we’ve put together this quick guide to some common property investment pitfalls.
Buying your first home is a big step. With everything you have to think about and prepare for, it’s quite easy to become overwhelmed by the process. The good thing is that there’s a lot of advice out there from experts, professionals and people like you that can help you navigate this daunting commitment.
Saving for a house deposit and finally purchasing a home can seem like a marathon task, but you might already be prepared enough? Here are Rosie & Rosie’s signs that indicate you might be closer to your own home than you think.
If you have a rental property, at some stage you will have to decide whether or not to allow pets. To make this decision, you will have to consider if your property is suitable for pets. Are there expensive pieces of furniture which could be damaged by animals, is the backyard adequately fenced-off for a dog to run around in and is your property large enough for larger pets.
Buying an investment property is a popular and easy way to gain long-term returns. Taking the plunge to invest in property is one thing, but selecting the right property for your investment goals and objectives is a whole new ball game. Here are Rosie & Rosie’s tips to help kick-start your search.