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When you start thinking about buying a home it's important you have a support team to help you through the process. You’ll want to set clear goals for yourself and begin thinking about your finances.
Buying a home can be a complex process. Here’s what you should think about on your journey, such as long-term goals, the costs of home ownership and whether you should buy or rent.
Buying a home may be the biggest financial decision you’ll make. Here’s what you need to know about home loans, sales deposits, conditional pre-approval, your mortgage and government help. Plus, check out our mortgage calculator.
Buying a home is less stressful if you have good support. Here’s how to pick your team and why it should include a lawyer or conveyancer and an accredited property inspector.
Buying a home can be a complicated process, especially when you haven’t bought before. The buyer journey guide sets out the end-to-end process.
When you move to a new country, purchasing a property can help you feel settled. This page outlines the key things you will need to know when buying a home in New Zealand.