Your Essential Property Research Checklist

Buying your first home or investment property is exciting! Like planning for a holiday, you start researching about the fun things you want to do. Out of excitement, you also start looking up other activities not in the original plan, instead of researching the basics, like accommodation and transportation options. Buying a property is the same, it requires the same level of commitment towards research. But where to start? We’ve put together the essential steps you should include in your property research checklist so you have the perfect property hunting adventure this year! Research your borrowing power This first step is as easy as picking up the phone and making an appointment with us! A

New year – new goals. What are your new year property resolutions?

Happy new year! How are your new year’s resolutions looking so far? Have you taken the first step to achieving your goals during the first few days of 2020? Maybe we can help! Of course, we probably can’t motivate you to lose weight or exercise more, but as your mortgage broker, we can help you achieve your property goals this year. Don’t know where to start? Check out these property goals and how we can help you achieve them. Buying your first home- This could be the year to buy your first home! Isn’t that exciting? Home values have increased over the last decade while mortgage rates drop, so now could be the right time to consider taking out a home loan. Get in touch with us soon, so we ca

Middle Brisbane seeing strongest home price growth

The middle of the market in Brisbane is what’s now driving growth in property values as 2020 kicks off, according to the latest Home Values Index out Thursday. The Index saw Brisbane log a 0.7 per cent change in home value in December, to end 2019 with an annual rise in dwelling values of 0.3 per cent. The median value for the greater Brisbane region ended the year at $497,491, spurred by a big jump of 2.4 per cent in the December quarter. CoreLogic head of research Tim Lawless said it was “a year of two distinct halves” for housing values. In Brisbane, he said, “it’s the middle of the market recording the strongest growth conditions”. Homes around the middle of the market rose 0.7 per cent

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