Cairns Home Loans
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John Watts

What features do you look for when buying a new property? How about a sunny aspect, modern kitchen, good neighbours and a supermarket on the street corner? A recent survey of real estate agents posed the question - 'what do buyers want?' - uncovering some surprising results.

Over the page we focus on successful strategies for refinancing - 'Refinancing Mistakes to Avoid' - as well as how to finance your dreams of property investment --- 'Affordable Property Investment'.

Also featured in this issue; some handy tips for overcoming networking nerves, including preparing ice-breaker questions and conversation openers ('Network Success' - article 4.)

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John Watts
Director

Cairns Home Loans
140 Mulgrave Rd
Cairns QLD 4870

Tel: 07 4041 3100
Mob: 0418716033
Fax: 07 4041 6355

Buyers Wish List
Refinancing Mistakes to Avoid
Affordable Property Investment
Network Success

Buyers Wish List

Multiple bathrooms are rated as number one on a wish list of features that buyers look for in a new home.
The results of a national pool of 114 real estate agents have uncovered some surprising research about what buyers want.

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Refinancing Mistakes to Avoid

Avoid these common mistakes and refinancing your home loan should be a simple, trouble-free experience. Successfully navigating the refinancing process can enable you to take advantage of better rates and features, as well as provide finance for a renovation, construction or property purchase.

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Affordable Property Investment

A large bank balance is not a prerequisite for affording an investment property. There are many options available to help you get a foot in the door including using home equity, tax incentives and tailored investment loans.

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Network Success

Networking is a great way to make contacts and establish relationships, but not everyone is good at small talk. Luckily there are tried and tested tactics for breaking the ice and getting a conversation going.

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