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Going to auction can be a gamble. But there are a few simple things you can do to help win your dream home. 1. Kick the tyres first  Inspect the property multiple times with the right specialists. Consider any required inspections – including building and pest – before you go...

Once you’ve found the right property, secure the purchase without tying up your own cash for the deposit using a long term deposit guarantee. Naritas offers long term guarantees to suit settlement terms from 6 to 48 months, and they are perfect for when you are buying...

Property investors aim to purchase property at below-market value, rent it out for above-market value, and seek to capitalise on compound growth of their investment. Owner occupiers however have a different set of criteria when purchasing a property.  They seek a place to be visually appealing,...

You might not have access to the cash deposit required to secure a property, or prefer an alternative to using your own cash that is cost-effective. For instance, this might be when: Proceeds from the sale of your current home are not yet available for a deposit. As...

When you have found a suitable property and need to secure the purchase with a deposit, a deposit guarantee can help. As long as you have the funds available at settlement, with a deposit guarantee  you are in the position to secure your ideal property and...

Yes. Prior to attending an auction a short term deposit bond can be issued. The amount of the bond is fixed, but the property details are not, so you can attend a number of auctions. When you are the successful bidder, you simply complete the vendor and...