Buying a Home - Don't Go it Alone
Even if you are buying a home together with your partner, it can sometimes seem like it’s you against the world!
What’s important to remember is that you needn’t feel isolated, and that others can help.
Parents, family members
Many of your relatives will probably have bought property themselves so they may have some great advice for you based on lessons they’ve learnt.
Sit them down and grill them! Find out why they made the decisions they did and what, if anything, they would have done differently.
You can actually buy property together with family or friends with what is called a tenants-in-common purchase.
With this sort of agreement, you can share the costs of buying property and the ongoing costs of mortgage repayments and property maintenance.
There is no need to be alone when navigating the world of home loans either - a loan expert can show you the way and help you deal with mortgage lenders.
They’ll compare loans for you, find you a competitive deal and then assist with the application process.
To get more detailed information on your situation, talk to a Loan Market mortgage broker today.