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The 13 Worst mistakes made by Homebuyers
Buying a home can be one of the most exciting and rewarding times of your life, or it can be a roller-coaster ride of financial and emotional devastation. It depends on what you do. And what you do, depends on what you know. Most homebuyers do not have enough accurate knowledge. Worse, many are ill-informed. This booklet lists 13 of the worst mistakes... Read more
- Welcome home! If functionality, space and quality is what you are looking for, you simply must book your inspection today. Situated on a large flat 634m2 allotment in a leafy and quiet part of Sunny Read more
Would you go out and leave your home open and unattended? Would you let people you don’t know wonder through your home amongst all your possessions? Of course NOT! Then why do these basic no no’s go out the window when you decide to sell?... Read more
Open homes seem great, you think “wow look at all the potential buyers interested in purchasing my home”. When in reality you have no idea who these people are, if they are genuine, if they can afford your home or even if they are actually looking to buy a home. These “buyers” could simply b
While the internet has brought many positives, particularly the way marketing costs have been driven down thanks to web sites lowering the need to rely on print media and the ease of e-mail communication with buyers as a whole, there is a down side.
Sellers need to be aware that the extensive use of the Internet means that every property has a digital footprint, a traceable history of prices, sales, etc.
The history of virtually any property that has been bought, sold or withdrawn from the market in the past can be found on the net. This information can impact both positively and negatively on... Read more
What are the key economic fundamentals that drive our property market?
- Population growth
Australia has one of the fastest population growths in the western world. Based on conservative assumptions, Economists BIS Shrapnel estimate Australia’s population will increase by 5.3 million within the next 13 years. With an average of 2.5 people per household this translates to a need for an additional 2.1 million new homes.
- Construction of new housing
According to many analysts, Australia has a shortage of new housing. This is not true of all areas. For example there are pockets of oversupply... Read more
The combination of years of strong capital growth and the negativity and uncertainty about the world economic turmoil have finally put our property market in a slump.
Property markets are generally driven by the country’s economic fundamentals and market sentiment. Australia’s fundamentals are strong, which means for the long term, property should remain strong but in the short term, market performance will be largely influenced by market sentiment.
Some investors will do well in the current market. In times of market change there are always some investors who do well, while the res... Read more
You rarely need to spend thousands of dollars to make your home attractive.
Buyers are attracted by the appearance of your property and, when they inspect it, they are influenced by its atmosphere. The right appearance outside, followed by the right mood inside, gives you the best chance to get the highest price.
You rarely need to spend thousands of dollars in renovations or repairs to make your property attractive. All you have to do is pay attention to some obvious points, all of which can make a big difference to your price.
Falling In Love
Buying a home is emotional. The feeling of a home... Read more
Buying your first home can be daunting – both financially and emotionally. It’s likely to be one of the biggest investments you’ll make, so the team at Johnson Real Estate have compiled their top 5 tips to guide you.
- Start saving now
House deposits can take a while to save, so it’s smart to start saving as soon as you can. Save the biggest deposit that you can. This not only demonstrates to your lender that you can exercise enough discipline to accumulate a large amount of savings, but you will also have a buffer of equity in the property from the beginning.