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Category Archives: Tips when looking to buy a property

  • Which Property podcast

    The Which Property Webinars and Podcast

    Which Property is committed to helping our clients make informed property decisions. At the same time, we understand that not everybody is a real estate expert, nor they need to be, and we go above and beyond to make our information accessible and easy to understand. Which Property has been helping property buyers for over…

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  • Choosing the Right Lifestyle

    Lifestyle precincts continue to grow in popularity. The convenience of amenities from shopping centres to a favorite coffee shop just a few steps from your front door is increasingly appealing.

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  • Brisbane’s Luxury Property Market

    Despite a softening in the Brisbane apartment market, the luxury property market has remained relatively stable. A few factors are contributing to this, in the first instance, Brisbane’s luxury apartment market caters for owner-occupiers and long-term residents.

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  • What is Negative Gearing?

    Negative gearing is a popular investment strategy that can assist you to reduce your investment property holding costs. In this post, we explore the concept of Negative Gearing, and explain how this strategy is used.

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    Speaking Property: Terms you need to know when purchasing your new home

    Buying a property is exciting, but it can be confusing and daunting is you aren’t familiar with the terminiology commonly used in the Real Estate industry. Below is a list of property jargon you will most likely come across in your search for your new home.

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    Choosing The Best Property Ownership Structure For You

    When two or more people own a property together, there are three main ownership structures they can choose from…

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    Rules for Downsizers

    It doesn’t matter if you are looking to free up equity, if you are an empty nester or just got tired of living in a big house in the suburbs and want to move to closer to the action, the fact is that thousands of homeowners are looking to downsize every year. Did you know…

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    Why do I need a Conveyancer?

    Conveyancing is an important part of buying and selling a property. It is the process of legally transferring ownership of a property from one person or entity to another.

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    What to do after purchasing an off-the-plan property

    When you purchase an off-the-plan property, there are still several steps to take after the signing of the contract.

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    Open Banking and how it could affect you

    Looking at a new loan or refinancing in 2019? Comprehensive Credit Reporting and the new Open Banking world could make your mortgage approval easier.

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    The 3 R’s of Lifestyle Properties: Risk, Return and Right Time

    The term ‘Lifestyle Property’ usually springs to mind with coastal properties that purchasers can spend their summers in and rent out for the rest of the year. However, Lifestyle Properties offer a lot more than this!

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    Property Prestige Market Lifts Brisbane into the Global City List

    High demand from downsizers for prestige property in Brisbane led the Queensland capital to appear for the first time in the Global City List. This index has been measuring the top 5% of every city housing market value for the past 7 years.

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    7 Reasons why Brisbane’s Apartment Market Will Lead The Country

    Brisbane apartment market has gone through very rough times, but it is now on the verge of a major recovery.

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    10 Considerations before downsizing

    From 1 July 2018, Australians aged 65 years or older are able to make a non-concessional (after-tax) contribution into their super account of up to $300,000 from the sale proceeds of their family home if they have owned the property for at least 10 years.

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