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For first time buyers, purchasing a new home can be both exciting and overwhelming. Due to the several costs and procedure involved in closing your first home, the homeowner’s insurance process gets overshadowed and the buyer usually gives minimal thought to it. Although your homeowners’ insurance policy should not be a reason to reject a certain house, it does plays a crucial role in determining whether or not to purchase the house. Below are some tips to guide you when purchasing a new home.
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More than 30% of potential first home buyers have said they may have to put their property plans on the back-burner if interest rates rise, new research has revealed.
According to Mortgage Choice and Core Data’s Evolving Great Australian Dream whitepaper, 33.7% of prospective buyers said they would be “increasingly unlikely to buy a home” if rates started to climb.
The fact that a rate increase would encourage more than one in three first home buyers to put their property plans on the backburner is concerning.
The fact is, rates will rise in the future, so it is important for both home owners and potential home buyers to be prepared for this.
For many first home buyers, the hardest part about owning property isn’t managing the mortgage repayments, but saving the property deposit.
Thankfully, there are a few tricks all first home buyers can employ to help you reach your savings goal faster.
Firstly, you need to understand your finances.
Before you can set an achievable budget for yourself, you need to know what you are playing with. How much money are you earning and how much money are you spending each month?
When answering these questions, you need to be as truthful as possible. Don’t say you spend 0 a week on food, when you know you spend closer to 0.
Under-estimating your expenses will only put you further in debt..
Once your personal finances are mapped out, you need to allocate yourself a set amount each month to pay for food, transport, rent/mortgage, utilities, and any other outgoings you may have.
To ensure you stick to your weekly or monthly budget, it is worth trying to withdraw the exact amount of money you need at the beginning of each week.
If you can see exactly how much money you have to spend, you will be less inclined to spend your money on frivolous, unnecessary items.
Finally, where possible it is important to reduce or remove all unnecessary spending from your life.
Things like daily take-away coffees, or cafe lunches can really increase your spending. Similarly, pay tv, STAN or Netflix accounts that aren’t being used, should be shut down. While nice to have, these services can be a real drain on your resources.
If you would like to more savings tips, call Mortgage Choice today on 13 66 78. Alternatively, visit our website www.mortgagechoice.com.au
First time buyers top hints and tips for the UK property market.
Estate Agents Nottingham, Walton & Allen, tell us what you need to look for when buying your first home.
This includes first time buyer mortgages, first time buyer fees and other helpful property advice.
Visit Walton & Allen’s website http://bit.ly/WaltonAndAllen to look for your first home or call 0115 924 3304.
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ONPOINT segment with Bickmore-Hutt Realty discussing top tips for first home buyers in Australia.
-Where does a home buyer start when buying a property?
-How much deposit does a home buyer need?
-What extra costs are involved in a home purchase?
Our finance expert resolves some of your top home loan queries for the week, including joint loan, tenure eligibility and loan for leasehold property.
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Currently searching for your first home to buy? How exciting! Kelsey, one of our Legal Beagle lawyers, shares her top 5 tips for first home buyers.