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When it comes to stressful occasions in life, buying a property is likely to be near the top of the list, but there are some simple ways people can make life easier for themselves

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  • Choosing a broker, Dan Meyers Success Story

    Navigating the mortgage maze can be overwhelming at the best of times. A mortgage broker can ease the burden of shopping around, helping you uncover the best deal with minimal hass ... Read more

  • Turning a potential roadblock into an opportunity

    Buying your first home is never easy, as Anthony Lentz found out first hand when dealt a wild card in the weeks following the purchase of his dream home Read more

  • Opportunities abound

    Despite the downward economic turn, careful investors have options all over the board where properties can be purchased below value. Kit Kadlec reports Read more

  • Buying with other people

    If you are struggling to purchase a home on your own, perhaps teaming up with family or friends could help get you into the real estate market. Read more

  • Overcoming fears of investing now

    If you’re thinking of investing in property but the gloomy news are sapping your confidence, read on as Justin Wang, managing director of Property Investors Alliance, presents prac ... Read more

  • Economic influences

    When you buy an investment property it’s important to consider all the factors that could influence its potential for being a good purchase. The economy plays a big part in all inv ... Read more

  • First homebuyer opts to invest

    When Laura Taylor was offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel Australia on a working holiday, she converted her new home into an investment property – and hit the road Read more

  • Eastern states ready to bloom

    Falling interest rates and share market volatility are set to boost investors’ confidence in the residential market. Genavieve Zoeller reports Read more

  • The Cheapest Inner-city Units on the Map

    If your goal is to crack the inner-city unit market but don't know where to start, read on – as Genavieve Zoeller unveils the most affordable examples near the CBD Read more

  • Old vs New: Which is a better buy?

    As a first homebuyer, are you better off going for a cheaper, older property or a home that’s more expensive but brand-new? John Maher of Property Strategies Australia crunches the ... Read more

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