Ever wonder what it takes to ensure client success? Savannah takes us through her daily routine and dishes out some fruitful advice on how to kick goals and achieve success in her day-to-day life.
Buying your first property is a big-time commitment and can be a long and tiresome journey. Rushing in to buy without doing some research can make the process a lot more stressful. Before making any major decisions, it’s wise to take the time and assess what will be the best pathway for you in the long-term so you make decisions your future self will thank you for.
Buying your first home is an exciting yet daunting experience. It is a crash course in adulting and can be a complete emotional rollercoaster. There are so many different people involved in the transaction from agents to brokers through to builders, developers, banks and solicitors.
For many budding homeowners, searching for a property can be a stressful and time-consuming experience. Purchasing a property is likely to be the most significant investment you’ll make in your lifetime, and it can be baffling if you’re not sure what is going on
Wondering which suburb is the right fit for you? Before you commit, there are a range of factors to consider that will help you determine the kind of area you should buy into.
To put it simply, off-the-plan means purchasing property that hasn’t been built yet. It gives you the flexibility to save up any additional funds while your future home is being constructed. The journey towards owning property is exciting, but before you dive in, we’ve gathered our best tips to have up your sleeve that will help you secure a property off-the-plan that’s the right fit for you.
Even though I purchased my first property over 10 years ago, it was still extremely hard at that time. I didn’t have the full 10% deposit required, but I knew I needed to find a way into the market and buy that 3 bedroom house in Sydney.
The evidence continues to mount, proving that it is much harder for the younger generations to get a foot into the property market.
Podcasts have become my main source of education and entertainment. If you want to make the most out of your daily drive or evening stroll, a podcast is a sure-fire way to be the ultimate multitasker and learn new things while you are on the go.
Where sophistication meets practicality and deluxe finishes, living in New South Wales has never looked more luxurious.