Buying my next home

Time to move to a bigger place, or a place better suited to your changing lifestyle? Buying the second time around is usually easier, as you've been there before and understand how it all works. You generally have equity in your existing home that you can use to your advantage, though it does raise other questions. 

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Selling before you buy

You’ve decided to sell your existing property and then buy your next one. What are your loan options, moving costs and where can you park your sale money?

Buying before you sell

You’ve found a new property before you’ve sold the old one - we can help you manage the finances.

Keeping my first home as an investment

We go through the options of keeping your existing home as a second home or renting it out as an investment property.

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