Once you’ve set your price range, identify the suburbs that you may interest in.
Take your time and consider things like proximity to schools, transport and amenities, and the condition of the property.
If you plan to buy a property as an investment, rather than a home to live in, here are some things to take into account:
- Look for areas where high growth is expected, in other words where there is potential for capital gains.
- Look for areas where rental income is high compared to the property value
- Look for a property that will attract more than one segment of the rental market such as singles, couples, young families or retirees
We know this is not an easy job; we are here to help you find the correct property for you.