When it comes to building a retirement nest egg for the future, property is still viewed as one of the safest long-term investments.
It’s true that what makes a great neighbourhood differs from person to person, but all great neighbourhoods do share some common factors that are universally appealing. Here we explore 10 signs the neighbourhood you live in (or would like to live in) is truly special.
We’re now well into a new year, and with a new year comes a brand-new set of goals and priorities. If one of your top priorities this year is finding your brand-new home, here are some tips on where to start.
Open for inspections give you a great first impression of a property and you’ll know almost immediately if it’s one you want to pursue. But that first visit can be much more than a “once over lightly” impression. How do you make sure you’re getting as much information from it as possible.
Some tips for trimming the cost of your mortgage by our mortgage advice partners Mortgage Express
As a homeowner, paying off your mortgage before you retire is important. Once you hit retirement age, the last thing you want is to be saddled with debt, or to have to continue working to pay off the balance of your mortgage. Here are some ways to help you reduce your total mortgage and help you buy your home for less.
While relaxing and enjoying good times at your favourite holiday location, you stroll past the local real estate agent’s window and browse the offerings.
You may be one of the thousands across the country who are considering buying a property with a granny flat.
If so, it could be for a host of purposes, and despite the name, it could be for a reason other than accommodating an elderly parent.