Taking that first step into homeownership can be scary, but it’s a great step forward in your life! Being a first home buyer usually means you don’t have as much knowledge as an experienced property investor, but being a first home buyer also means you potentially have access to some government subsidies and other benefits – as long as you know how to take advantage of them.
There’s so many things that you should understand before jumping into buying your first home; do you understand stamp duty? Borrowing limits? When a deposit is due? These are just a few questions you need to ask before committing to the financial journey of owning a home.
First Home Buyer Advice for Cronulla, Miranda and Hurstville Residents
The team at Bee Finance Savvy are committed to helping our clients get the most financial value out of all their transactions, and we know that first home buyers often need a lot of advice. There’s a link below to a very helpful guide for first home buyers – Stamp Duty Savings In NSW – but our team have a lot more expertise to share. If you’re in Sutherland Shire, in suburbs like Miranda, Cronulla and Hurstville, Bee Finance Savvy may be your financial guiding light!
How we help
What are the current benefits under the first home owners grant?
At Bee Finance Savvy, we thoroughly enjoy helping first home owners to plan for their first purchase, even if they haven’t got their deposit saved up yet!
There are many options, including family guarantees, which can be explored.
We also have options to navigate the “genuine savings requirement”.
To find out more, or to make an enquiry, contact Sutherland Shire based finance and mortgage brokers, Bee Finance Savvy on 1300 140 554, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you can fill out the contact us form on this site. We assist customers Australia wide.
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Help for First Home Buyers
Is your deposit a gift from relatives?
Want to know how your family can help you buy a new home?