Buying a Property

Some people are excited about moving out of rented, shared accommodation, or parents’ homes. Others are anxious about the amount of responsibility, paperwork, and money this move involves.

We are here to guide and support you throughout the ups and downs of your home buying journey. Our aim is to ensure you have the right guidance and support to help you make the best decision for you and your future

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How to find your ideal home

When you first start thinking about buying your new home, you may have a dream in mind. You may have certain things that you cannot compromise on. Perhaps you need off-road parking so you can easily find a space after work. Perhaps you need a second bedroom to make into an office. As you research the available properties, you may discover that your dreams are not realistic within your budget. This is perfectly normal. It happens regardless of how much money you have to spend, whether this is your first property or fifth.

Make a list of things to check and questions to ask on the viewing. You might not have any, which is also fine. If you do have things you wanted to chat through, it can be helpful to have those prompts with you.

There’s a saying in estate agency: ‘The house you’re thinking about overnight is the same one someone saw yesterday, thought about overnight and is going to buy today.”

If you like it, make an offer. There’s a real FOMO (fear of missing out) for buyers. This can make you dither and wait ‘in case something better pops up’. There’s only so many places you can buy in your budget that fit your ‘must-haves’. Don’t miss out on The One.

Hire a surveyor later in the process to properly check things out. If you see cracks, for example, the chances are they’re from settlement and not structural. Don’t worry and use the experts, it’s what they’re there for.

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