If you are looking for your ideal family home, then there are few places better to settle down than Perth. There are a huge number of amazing different suburbs that you can live in, whether they are East Perth so you can soak in the views of Swan River, Highgate and its close proximity to different parkland or maybe Crawley so you can go to the suburb and swim, boat and enjoy picnics.
Of course, it is one thing to know where your dream home will be, but another entirely to actually take the steps to look for and secure your home. If you are struggling with getting moving when it comes to looking for a new property, then you should keep reading as this article will break down some of the top tips for when you are looking for your dream family home.
Work Out What Your Budget Is
The first thing that you are going to need to do before you can properly take the time to sit down and look for your ideal property is work out how much you actually have to spend. You can do this by speaking to different advisors or simply working it out for yourself. The house you can afford is going to depend on the amount of money you have already and also what your income is.
If you are struggling with saving enough money to be able to put down a solid deposit on a house, then you should consider taking advantage of an app such as Deferit. Deferit are a bill pay app that will pay your bills, and then you will pay them back in four instalments, all of which do not come with late fees and don’t have an interest. By removing the pressure of paying bills right away, you are able to set aside some money that you are going to need to use in order to properly start saving for a good deposit.
Check Out the Neighbourhood
You might have read good things about the best suburbs in Perth, but the only way you are ever going to truly know whether it is somewhere you are going to enjoy living is by checking it out for yourself. Take yourself to the neighborhood where the house you are looking at is situated and then have a wander around so that you can get an idea of your neighbors, see the local parks and work out how close you are to the nearest shops.
Research How Much You Should Offer
Of course, you may have worked out your budget, but that does not mean you shouldn’t try negotiating where it is possible. An online property search will give you a good idea of the value of the properties in the suburb that you are looking at. In doing this, if there is a house slightly above your budget, but properties online are within it, you are well within your rights to offer below the asking price. Not to mention, if the property is already within your budget, you may be able to shave off a bit more money which you can put towards moving fees and decoration.
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