Many prospective property investors hear about buyer's remorse and imagine that it cannot happen to them. Of course, this is until the real estate agent hands them the key to the property and the regrets kick in. Buyer's remorse can have severe consequences, and not just the palm sweating, anxiety, or nausea. It can cost you your financial future. Here are some tips on how to avoid the buyer's remorse before you make a serious investment mistake.
Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in New South Wales. Compared to other parts of the state, property prices in the city remain relatively affordable, with an average three-bedroom property costing around $370,000. However, the new Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics Hub could spell good news for property investors. Find out why here.
The appeal of Wagga Wagga
As property prices spiral out of control in Sydney city centre, Wagga Wagga is an increasingly popular choice for investors and buyers.
A home extension is a great way to incorporate additional space to your current home without having to consider moving to a new home. No matter your reasons for this, whether you have an expanding family or simply need additional entertainment space, it is ideal to consult with new home builders so as to make the most of your renovations. It should be noted that opting for an extension is not simply about wanting an extra room and having builders come and knock down a few walls on your residence.
Asbestos remains rather prevalent within Australia's built environments despite the known health risks associated with asbestos fibres. This is because Australia's construction sector widely used asbestos-containing materials (ACM) in the time following the Second World War.
Therefore, if you're looking to develop property on a site located within a brownfield (abandoned or unused sites that formerly had heavy industrial activity), it will be wise to ensure that previous occupants did not leave any asbestos from illegally buried waste products and poor removal procedures during demolitions among other historical practices.
If you want to knock your house down and build a new home with more space, it can be hard to lose your garden and outdoor entertaining space. One of the great new options in your home design is to incorporate a rooftop garden. Here are some of the advantages of a rooftop garden.
Makes the most of the block
If you have a small block, even going up an extra storey may not be enough to give you all of the living space that you require.