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21 Mar 2017

Home buyer brain storm

Buying property? Use this handy printable to put your thoughts on paper when it comes to deciding what kind of property you want.

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13 Mar 2017

Buying property with friends: How do you save the relationship

Pooling your dollars with parents. siblings or friends to get a foothold in the housing market can allow you to split purchase costs and spread the repayment load. Guest blogger, Ellen Jackson from Potential Psychology takes us through her top tips to reap the upside of property co-ownership without ruining the relationship.

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05 Mar 2017

Costs associated with buying a property

Aside from the purchase price, there are a number of other costs associated with buying a property. Here's 8 costs to consider when looking at your budget.

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