Situated in a lovely, quiet cul-de-sac position but still close to everything is this well presented 4 bedroom home on a flat and useable 3,112m2 block with bushland as your rear neighbour. Features two bathrooms (ensuite off main), large rumpus / family room, large kitchen with stainless steel appliances, three living areas, good size outdoor entertaining area, triple carport.
Situated on a spacious corner block this renovated home has been owner occupied for over 30 years. The entire block is completely fenced creating privacy and plenty of room to enjoy the yard and the huge 7 x 7m powered man shed. This home is ready for the owner looking to occupy or the astute investor looking for a good return and capital appreciation.
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These simple strategies will help home owners pay off their home loan in record time, saving them tens of thousands of dollars over the life of their mortgage.
Shop around, from beginning to end of the loan term – Australia has a competitive mortgage market which changes frequently so why would you stay with one lender for 25 or 30 years. Do a home loan health check with your mortgage broker at least once every two years, especially if your income or other circumstances change.
When you are selling your house, one of the most important (and difficult) decisions you will have to make is determining the advertised (or asking) price which you will list your house for.
Set the asking price too high and you risk putting off potential buyers and in fact you may not attract any buyers at all. Set the price too low and you may end up selling yourself short. The trick is to set your asking price at a figure which will attract buyers yet in the end still achieve for you the best possible sale price. Getting the asking price right may mean ignoring a number of factors.
Forget your NEEDS
Just because you need to clear a minimum of $50,000 to purchase your next property, it is of no concern to the buyer and has no relevance to what you ask for the home you are selling. Beware of adding too much to your asking price simply because you need a certain amount of money out of the sale.
Don’t overprice IMPROVEMENTS
You may love the $25,000 designer kitchen you installed in your home last year, but just because the kitchen is only a year old doesn’t necessarily mean that a buyer will give you $25,000 more for your house. The buyer could even be calculating how much it will cost them to replace it with something else. It is important that you don’t overestimate the value of improvements when setting your asking price.
Keep your EMOTIONS out of the decision
Try to keep your personal emotions under control when deciding on an asking price for your property.
Setting your Asking Price
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Don’t adjust repayments after an interest rate drop – If interest rates drop (they are currently at their lowest levels in modern memory), don’t reduce your payments. If you have been managing your repayments at a particular interest rate and maintain these payments even when the interest is reduced, you will be making significant gains on your mortgage without otherwise sacrificing a dollar.
Ignore the Honeymoon Rate – Some banks offer a “Honeymoon rate” where the initial interest rate charged is lower in the early stages of the loan. Budget for and commence payments at the normal interest rate as if the “honeymoon rate” doesn’t even exist. That way you will be financially prepared for the true rate and will already be ahead on your payments when it takes effect. A variation on this approach is to consider the normal interest rate as a “honeymoon rate” and make payments as if the real interest rate was a quarter or half per cent higher than it really is. That way you will avoid the shock of any further interest rate hikes and the extra you have paid will have a significant affect on the term and total interest you will pay over the life of your mortgage.
You sign the paperwork, the photos are taken and the adverts are written. Your property is published on the internet and the For Sale sign is erected and that’s when it all starts!! There’s a knock on the door and a salesperson from a real estate company, who you didn’t choose to appoint, says that they notice your house is on the market and they just wanted to introduce themselves because they have a buyer interested in buying in your neighbourhood.
174 Morayfield Road, Morayfield
T - (07) 5495 7777
F - (07) 5495 5111
16 Main Street, Narangba
T - (07) 3886 8333
So you’ve made the decision to sell your house and move. You call in a few real estate agents and ask them to give you an idea of what your home will sell for in the current market. Then, based on their presentation, their reputation, referrals from friends who have used them in the past and most importantly – whether you like and trust a particular salesperson to handle your most valuable asset – your family home, you make a decision on who you want to appoint.
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This one ticks all the boxes. 3 good size bedrooms, huge air conditioned living room and a great covered patio, that overlooks a large fully fenced yard. This home is located in a great cul-de-sac just minutes walk to the new Aldi, public transport and schools. Features 3 good sized bedrooms, 2 way bathroom, fans throughout, security screens.