Buying in Australia’s an exciting step – maybe you’ve been searching for a while and you’ve finally found your dream home in the sun – but it requires some careful planning. Here’s how the system works.
Once you’ve found your dream Australian home, it’s time to put in an offer. This can be a nerve-wracking process – am I offering too little, or even too much, what if it falls through? Follow our seven tips on to help make the process of making an offer on a house in Australia a success in part five of your six-part serialisation of Buying in Australia.
This week, in Part Three of your Buying Guide serialisation, we’re looking at where to buy in Australia. You’ve a wide choice of places to live, from the hustle and bustle of central Sydney, to the laidback surfing paradise of the Gold Coast and the quirky, arty city of Melbourne.
Working out your timetable is a powerful tool for turning your dreams to reality. We always encourage buyers to work out their timescale for buying a home in Australia in advance, as that gives you a checklist to go back against and milestones to work towards. In this, part two of Buying in Australia, we look at how to draw up this timescale for buying a home in Australia. Here’s what you need each month:
If you’ve been considering relocating to Australia as an expat or retiree there has never been a better time than now. The sun-drenched country is consistently rated as having one of the best standards of living in the world, and the property market in Australia is one of the most robust and stable in recent history. British influence in Australia runs deep and emigrants from the UK make up the largest portion of expats in Australia according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. If you’re still not convinced, here are five reasons why this is the year to make the move to Australia. This is