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There’s no place like New South Wales and we certainly get a lot of people wanting to move to the premier state for its great housing and wonderful regions – but what does this mean for interstate buyers?
Here are some tips to help you when choosing a property from a different state to the one you’re buying in:
Always inspect! – It may be hard to inspect a property when you’re located on the other side of the country, but it is never a good idea to buy a property sight unseen. Photos can be helpful in the search process but they won’t be able to capture noise, odours or other non-visual elements of a property.
If you really can’t inspect the property then you may be able to ask a very trustworthy friend to do it for you, or maybe your real estate agent can send you a video walk-through, but even then it is best if you can view the property yourself.
Research, research, research! – Find out as much as you can about the area you’re interested in. Look at past sales data and current news and reviews of the area. Don’t wait until you’ve already bought the property to find out important information about the area.
Here are some things worth looking into:
Seek professional assistance – When you don’t know an area it is crucial that you deal with local professionals who know how the local area works. It’s a good idea to get an independent valuation report carried out by a register valuer and also to make sure your dealing with a conveyancer/lawyer that knows state-based property laws. Some people also like to use state-based lenders as they can sometimes offer more competitive packages for their own states.
If you require any advice for buying property in NSW, specifically in the Casula and Liverpool area, then please don’t hesitate to get in contact with me for any further advice or information.