Your best investment opportunity might not be right on your doorstep and you may not feel entirely confident purchasing an asset outside of your local area, especially when visits to check up on it will impact overall returns. So, let's take a look at how to make investing a long way from where you reside work for you.
If you are anything like most buyers, you’ll undoubtedly have a wish list for your new home that’s pages long…but few of us have a bottomless pit of money to fund our long wish list and we’re therefore forced to make some compromises when buying.
The release of the CoreLogic 2018 Perceptions of Real Estate Agents New Zealand Report has revealed some fascinating findings.
The goal when marketing your home is to gain as much exposure in the market as possible. Increased exposure in the housing market will put your home in front of the greatest number of potential buyers. The larger your pool of buyers, the higher the likelihood you will field multiple offers.
If you haven’t quite got your finances sorted but are keen to start saving for a home, here are 4 ways to help you build up your deposit.
For the most part, building new means getting the home you want, built to the most modern building codes. So let’s run through the benefits house and land packages have to offer, as well as the things you need to consider.
If you think about it, when you put your home on the market to sell, the next owner will most likely be younger than you are.
Thinking of renovating? Here are 8 questions to ask yourself before you decide to renovate.