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Buying Real Estate Guides in your State

An in-depth guide to buying real estate in your area.


When it comes to buying real estate each state and territory has different rules and regulations. To help you navigate the buying process in your local area we have compiled the following step by step guides to buying property.

These in-depth guides walk you through the different ways you can buy property, where to do your local research, where to home hunt, what government websites are useful, what must go in your contracts of sale, what costs you will need to pay as these vary across Australia and what happens at time of settlement. 

Find your state or territory and get up to speed on all you need to know about buying property.

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Buying Real Estate in South Australia


With its expansive wine regions, great coastal areas and the inimitable City of Churches, South Australia has a lot to offer people seeking to buy real estate. But you have to give a lot of effort to make sure the process is done right! Here is everything you need to know about buying South Australian property. We look at the steps involved, the different ways to buy a home in South Australia, where to research and find your new home through to home loans, making offers, buying at auction or private treaty and settling the sale.

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Buying in the ACT


Our nations capital may be small, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in stature. With a powerful housing market and a wide variety of homes available, buying property in the ACT is a tempting option for many Australians. But what do you need to know about the ACT buying process? Here is a deep dive into the different ways to buy property, tips on how to work out how much you can afford, where you should look to find the right home, what to look for at inspections, contracts of sale and the settlement process.

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Buying Real Estate in Victoria


Buying property in Victoria is a great move. Whether you are buying for an owner-occupied residence or as an investment property, there are a number of processes and a lot of legislation to keep in mind when planning on getting into the right place for your requirements. Here is a detailed guide into the buying process, researching the local property market, getting a home loan, the different ways to buy a home through to making an offer, reviewing contracts and settling the property sale.

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