When first considering buying your first home, it’s always a good idea to have a plan. Without one, you can put almost everything at risk. I mean, you wouldn’t build a house without a blueprint of sorts.
At least we’d hope not.
Having a plan, helps first home buyers navigate the “do’s, and the don’ts” of the property market, prepare their savings strategy and plan a deposit amount.
If only there were a First Home Buyer’s Assist Program … Well, luckily for you, there is.
@Finance First Home Buyer’s Assist Program helps ambitious homeowners navigate the exciting world of property. The program is an opportunity to chat with an @Finance First Home Buyer Coach and get one on one support. We’ll be your team mates, and a team should never play without a game plan.
Here’s some of what we’ll cover when we talk:
- How to create a budget – Learn how to save and track your spending.
- Know your credit score – Understand how to find out your credit score and what exactly affects your credit score (for better or worse).
- How much do you need for a house deposit – Know what the costs are associated with buying a home (including the unexpected).
- Tips and tricks to get your savings working harder for you – earning interest.
- First Home Buyers Grant – Know how much is it & if you qualify.
- Other Government Grants and Schemes – Understanding what other grants or schemes are available to you.
- Know how much you can you afford to borrow (what your repayments will be)
- What are your choices of lender/interest rate (not everyone fits the same lender/product) – Knowing what finance structure would suit you.
- What are the benefits of having an @Finance broker by your side?
- Understanding the importance of your borrowing power before looking at property.
- Knowing the property values in your area – Getting your free property reports.
- Understand the building process (if you’re thinking of building).
- The legal process – Finding the right solicitor/conveyancer to help with the legal side.
- Building & pest inspections – Why it’s important to consider getting a qualified inspection done.
- Guide to finding a property.
- Tips for negotiating the price and terms of a contract.
- The rules for making an offer (or buying at auction).
- Why it pays to be insured – Knowing your insurance options.
- Moving in – Now what?
If you’re keen on taking the steps to buy your first home, then get in touch to register for our First Home Buyer Assist Program, it’s obligation free, oh and free … call today, you won’t regret it.
Call 1300 469 840 or send us an email: email@example.com