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Common questions

The process typically includes budgeting, securing pre-approval for a loan, searching for properties, attending inspections, making an offer, conducting due diligence, signing contracts, and finalizing the purchase with settlement.

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You can secure financing by obtaining a mortgage from a bank or lender. This involves submitting an application, providing financial documents, and getting pre-approval before making an offer on a property.

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The First Home Owner Grant (FHOG) is a government initiative to assist first-time homebuyers. Eligibility criteria vary by state and territory, but generally include being a first-time buyer of a new or substantially renovated home.

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Established homes are existing properties that may have historical value and established neighborhoods, whereas new builds are newly constructed homes with modern designs and warranties but may lack mature infrastructure.

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Look for agents with strong local market knowledge, good reviews, and a solid track record. You can also use platforms like AgentsNear to connect with vetted and reviewed agents.

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Key areas to check include structural integrity, plumbing, electrical systems, roof condition, pest control, and any signs of dampness or mold. Hiring a professional inspector is also recommended.

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Stamp duty is a tax on property transactions imposed by state governments. The amount varies based on the property value and location. Some states offer concessions for first-time buyers.

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Ongoing costs include mortgage repayments, council rates, utilities, maintenance, insurance, and potentially body corporate fees if you buy a strata property.

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Research comparable properties, understand the local market conditions, be prepared to make a realistic offer, and be ready to walk away if the terms aren't favorable. A good agent can assist in negotiations.

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A cooling-off period is a specified time frame after signing a contract during which the buyer can cancel the purchase without significant penalty. The duration and conditions vary by state.

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Yes, it's advisable to hire a lawyer or conveyancer to handle the legal aspects of the transaction, including contract reviews, title searches, and settlement arrangements.

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Risks include bidding beyond your budget, buying without a cooling-off period, and not having a thorough understanding of the property’s condition. It’s crucial to do your homework and set a firm budget before participating in an auction.

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