It’s that time of year when we sit down, take stock and decide on our goals for the year. When it comes to real estate, you might be looking to buy your first home, buy an investment property, or renovate your current home. We are here to talk you through how to achieve your property goals for the year ahead.

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How to get in touch with Jenny…

Jenny Cheevers (mortgage broker)
0272446686
jenny@jennycheevers.co.nz

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Goal 1: I want to buy my first home

The first step here is to have a frank and honest conversation about your requirements and talk to a mortgage broker to find out what you can afford. Many first home buyers waste a lot of time looking at properties they can’t or shouldn’t be buying.

For tips and advice, read: What happens when you can’t agree on which house to buy…

And: Why you should be using a mortgage broker

Goal 2: I want to buy an investment property

The type of property you buy is potentially far more important than what you pay for it.

For more advice on this subject, check out: How to buy your first investment property…

Goal 3: I want to renovate my property

“You can change everything about a property, except where it is.”

A good renovation can add massive value and provide you with an excellent return on investment. A bad renovation can add huge stress to your life, permanently damage relationships and be a surefire way to blow a large amount of money.

The stakes are high!

If you are considering renovating your home I highly recommend checking out a podcast we recorded with Jamee Colman from Namloc Build. He shares a wealth of knowledge which will help you make smart decisions when it’s time to take the plunge. Click here to check it out.

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