The top 5 tips to make property investing easier without Government grants
So the reality of the latest government grants has sunken in...
You, and millions of other like-minded Australians are in the same boat, you simply do not qualify for the combined $40,000 in available grants.
Like most of us, I'm sure you've been through the emotions, denial, frustration, "finding a way around the system" and eventual, acceptance.
But, I'm hear to tell you, don't lose sight of your property goals!
Here's our top 5 tips to making property investing easier without Government grants
1. Talk to an Authorised Choice Homes Seller. Our Nationwide network of property experts have their finger on the pulse when it comes to the best finance and property for you. Look for the logo below to ensure your dealing with an approved Choice Homes expert.
2. "Success leaves clues"
- Tony Robbins said “If you want to achieve success, all you need to do is find a way to model those who have already succeeded.” Choice Homes are a multiple award winning company
, including the reigning, defending Your Investment Property Developer/ Builder of the Year!
We are proud to have also achieved in recent times -
2013 | Master Builders Awards | Winner
2014 | Master Builders Awards | Finalist
2015 | Housing Industry Association Awards | Winner
2015 | Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards | Winner
2016 | Master Builders Awards | Finalist
2017 | Master Builders Awards | Winner
2018 | Housing Industry Association Awards | Winner
4. Know your budget, before investing with us (here's hoping) or any other property, it’s vital to have a thorough understanding of your cash flow. Also, ask your bank for a pre-approval of your investment loan, so you know how much you’re able to borrow before you start hunting for properties.
5. Buy new! The most obvious benefit to buying a new home as opposed to old, existing, or used is that it’s brand spanking new. It’s untouched, it’s clean, everything is in good working order and nothing needs to be repaired.That’s a pretty huge incentive to buy new. You won’t have to worry about the typical costs of home-ownership for the first several years and the depreciation may assist with your tax offset!