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Buying a property carries more costs than just the purchase price, so don’t forget to account for these extras when considering a Home Purchase. You will need sometimes to get quotes.
In addition to moving costs, council rates, strata fees, renovations and furniture, homebuyers face additional fees to complete their property purchase. Here a quick list of what to ask the cost of.
Stamp duty must be paid in order for mortgage documents to be legal. It’s essentially a tax levied by the state or territory government on the purchase value of the property or the market value, whichever is greater.
The legal transfer of ownership of the property will require a solicitor, conveyancer or settlement agent. He or she will perform property and title searches to ensure the seller is entitled to release the property, for instance, that they are the legal owner of the property, that there is no council approval problems and by checking any strata body corporate records for example.
Pest and building inspections are an added cost, but they can save you from dealing with a major building problem after the purchase is complete. The amount is often dependent on the size of the property.
First-home buyers don’t have to worry about paying commission, since it is charged to the vendor of the property, most often as a percentage of the sale price. However if you’re selling your current home to buy another, you’ll probably have to take these fees into account when considering the cost of selling and buying.
Lenders have application, valuation and settlement or loan approval fees that vary depending on the lender. Finance Brokers are familiar with these fees and can help you take them into account when choosing a lender.
Depending on your loan-to-valuation ratio (LVR), you may be required to take out lenders mortgage insurance (LMI) Although the borrower pays for it, LMI is not insurance for the borrower; it protects the lender should you default on the loan. The Insurance company may then still chase you for any remaining Debt once the property has been sold. You will also need building insurance if you are not purchasing a strata property.
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