Most people do this the wrong way around. Many go out and find they fall in love with a home and write an offer with a ‘subject to sale’ clause on it. The seller of the next home doesn’t get excited about these terms; as there’s no certainty to the subject property selling. Generally, the … More Seller Series – To Buy First or Sell First?
Bob Menzies said in 1950: “One of the best instincts in us is that which induces us to have one little piece of earth with a house and a garden which is ours; to which we can withdraw, in which we can be among our friends, into which no stranger may come against our will.” … More The importance of a home
Negative Gearing and Capital Gains Tax again enters the spotlight as we run to an election. The Labour Party is stating they: Will allow negative gearing early on new construction from July 2017 Will drop the capital gains tax concession to 25% (from 50%) after holding a property for 12 months The Liberal/National Party is … More Real Estate – The Political Football
While auction is not as prevalent a sales method in WA as it is in, say, Sydney, it is a great method to build momentum and drive interest for a property, so it is perhaps not a surprise to see auction becoming a more favoured option in today’s Perth market. As a buyer, buying at auction means … More 7 Must-Knows when Buying at Auction in WA