30 Apr 2015
Only you can choose the best home for you. But finding a smart way to buy it will probably take some help. Just like engaging an architect to draw a blueprint of your dream home, you may like to consider speaking to us to help plan the best way to finance your new home.
How our expert financial advice can really help
There are plenty of uncertainties when upgrading your home, or moving to a new one. Planning ahead with the help of a financial expert can put you back in control. And clear your mind so you can focus on the home you’re trying to create.
Just like a good architect helps from the very first concept to the final coat of paint, we’ll be there to guide your financial decisions every step of the way.
Here are 3 ways we’ll be able to help you.
1. Keeping incidentals covered
A lot of one-off costs pop up when you upgrade your home. There can be surprising things like the cost of changing loans, stamp duty, real estate advertising and unexpected fees. But as experienced advisers we know what to expect. And we’ll take them all into account when drafting your dream home financial plan.
2. Managing the transition
Could you afford to buy your dream home before you sell your current property? If the transition is managed poorly you could be forced to sell quickly and miss out on achieving the best sale price. We can help you manage any financial changes. So you needn’t feel stressed about your finances.
3. Keeping up with your new lifestyle
The costs of upgrading your home don’t necessarily stop with the price tag of the house. You’ll probably want new furniture to complement your beautiful new home. And maybe you’d like to make some improvements before you move in too. Even utility bills can be more than you might expect in a new property. We can be there to help you navigate through whatever extras come up. So you can relax and enjoy your dream home.
Want to make your dream home a reality?
We can create a personalised plan that could help make your dream home, real. Call us today on 02 9324 8888, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or start by completing our online '5 Minute Financial Health Check'.