Are you buying a brand new home, off the plan or vacant land in New South Wales?
Did you know you may be eligible for $5,000.00 New Home Grant ?
Buying a property to rent out is a popular form of investment in Australia. Houses and units are easier to understand than many other types of investments, so investing in property makes perfect sense for many of us to achieve long term wealth maximization goal. While the various research & data shows property value in Australia double within every seven to ten years some specific area & property may over perform or under perform.
Property value growth depends on so many variables such as location, features, improvements etc. For instance, 3 bed room 2 bathroom house may appeal more prospective buyers than 3 bed room and 1 bathroom house, hence extra 1 bathroom might have huge contribution on value of property. Furthermore, 3 bed room house may perform better in one suburb and 4 bed room in other suburb due to the demand of types of dwelling in the area. Hence, choosing the right property & most suitable finance option with right structure that streamlined with your investment goal is crucial.
Whether you are in the market hunting for your first investment property or building up your portfolio sage can provide you the tailored solution just right for your situation. At sage we help you to strategically structure the investment home loan most suitable for you situation. Which may save you thousands in the long term while streamlining your investment goal, that may be adding one property each year in your portfolio or paying interest only to maximize negative gearing tax effect etc. We have more than 25 lenders in our panel competing for your business, so it's really hard for you to not secure lowest rate home loan with us.
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Frequenly Asked Questions
What are the requirements
for getting a home loan?
Maximum loan you can borrow is 97% of property value. So you will need 3% of purchase price plus costs. e.g. Stamp Duty, Lenders Mortgage Insurance, Bank Fees, Legal Fees etc. Find out in Detail>>
Every lender & bank has their own borrowing capacity calculator. Which will take account of your income, living expenses, credit card limits & all other financial commitments to
calculate how much maximum they can lend you. Find out in Detail>>
How much money can I borrow
from the bank?
How much money should I have in the begining to buy home?
Generally speaking, regular income, good credit history & enough saving for 3% deposit of purchase price plus costs e.g. stamp duty, lenders mortgage insurance, legal fees etc. is the key requirement to get a home loan approved. Find out in Detail>>