Buying residential property in NSW
A guide explaining what's involved in buying a property in NSW, including costs, finance options, ways to buy, what to look out for, and more.
This is a general guide that explains what's involved when buying a home in NSW.
A residential property may be the most important and expensive asset you will acquire. Research, planning and patience are needed to make a successful purchase.
Most people need to borrow to finance a home. This initially means coming up with a home deposit; then you need to shop around to find the right home loan.
Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for a first home owner grant or discount.
This could be helpful because there are multiple upfront and ongoing costs involved when buying a property.
Once you have conditional home loan approval, it's time to:
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