With property prices still on the rise in Sydney, many dilapidated homes have been selling for high prices, even though they’re currently unliveable.
Buying a house in Sydney can be an incredibly daunting endeavour, and for most of us it’s unfamiliar territory.
Climate change consultants believe some of Sydney’s coastal homeowners face dropping property values at extreme weather events become more common.
While real estate agents do provide building and pest inspection reports for the properties they sell, it’s important to ask yourself who those reports are meant to help.
A Home Ownership Report conducted by Westpac this year found that only 43% of NSW home buyers actually obtain a professional building and pest inspection before purchasing a home.
We’ve all seen Sydney property prices climb over the years. It’s at the point now that you can’t find too many homes for less than $800,000 within Sydney’s inner-city and coastal suburbs.
Property is Sydney’s Inner West suburb of Newtown is very tightly held and getting your foot in the door into the property market here is definitely not easy.
Have you been checking out open homes around Sydney lately? If you’re ready to buy a Sydney home there are a few things to look out for in your walk through. Many of the following warning signs would get picked up by a qualified inspector’s property report, but if you can spot them first you can save time and money by moving on to a more appealing home.
Whether a home is one of Sydney’s classic colonial homes, only a few decades old or even relatively new, it is always important to get a building and pest inspection before committing to settle on a property.