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How to buy a house – Part 3

by Chris Lang on October 3, 2008
How to buy a house - Part 3

In the part two of “How to buy a house” series I covered stages four and five, deciding what kind of house you need and what amenities you’d like to be close by. Coming to the stage six, you should have only one or two suburbs left on your list – those you will be examining very closely.

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What is the right price for a house?

by Chris Lang on September 12, 2008
What is the right price for a house?

What’s the right price for this house? If you’re looking to buy a house, you are going to ask yourself this question – a lot. This is your task number one in this whole process and here is why. Let’s say you’ve assessed the value of the house, made a mistake and paid more for it – then you have killed any possibility of capital growth on the spot

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5 Great tools for online property research

by Chris Lang on June 17, 2008
5 Great tools for online property research

Doing efficient research of properties online saves you tons of time – and time is money, right? It is really a good idea to find out all you can about the house before you take time to inspect it. And it is possible with the help of these very useful tools: Reiv – weekly sales […]

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4 signs of changing real estate market

by Chris Lang on June 5, 2008
4 signs of changing real estate market

When you are looking for a house to buy, watching the real estate market helps to understand who has more power at the moment, buyers or sellers. But how can you really watch the market? It is simple – watch the ads in one of the popular real-estate websites, such as …

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