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It is always helpful to discuss your borrowing capacity with your finance provider before looking for your new home. This way, you know exactly which price range to search in. Seek a pre-approval letter where possible, as this will certainly strengthen your offer when it is presented to the owner.
Make a short list of the areas that best suit your lifestyle, taking into consideration such factors as local schools, transport, shopping facilities, proximity to friends and family and recreational facilities.
Gather as much information as you can from newspapers and the internet on the prices of properties in your preferred locations. Attend "Home Opens" and Auctions to help get a feel for prices in the area. This information is so accessible now, you should become an expert in your preferred locations in no time!
Contact one of our sales team and inform them of your requirements. They can then alert you of any new listings that may suit your needs.
Follow Your Heart - to a degree!
Once you have found the ideal home, you will know it! Just to be sure, it is advisable to inspect a property twice before making an offer, preferably at different times of the day. Prior to making an offer, you may want to get an expert opinion regarding the structural soundness of the dwelling.
The offer process in VICTORIA is normally completed using a standard " Contract Note " document accompanied by a separate report called "Vendors Statement or Section 32.The Contract Note will be completed with the names of all parties to the contract, the address and legal description of the property, the purchase price, amount and terms of deposit, settlement date, finance particulars, and any other special conditions to the sale. Once this document has been agreed to and signed by all parties a formal contract is in place, binding all parties to the terms of the agreement.