Finance Your New Home With Easystart Homes Finance

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Building a new home can be a very daunting (but exciting) journey. From choosing the colour of your future walls to organising home finance, building your first home can not only test your patience but it can also put a strain on your wallet!

Financing is an extremely important part of deciding to buy or build a new home, and unfortunately many first home buyers in Perth are confused by all the different facts, figures and home loans being thrown around. Lucky for you Easystart Homes have their very own finance team where they can figure out everything for you. From home loans to Government grants, the Easystart Homes finance team have got you covered!

And if that isn't enough to calm your nerves about taking the plunge and building a new home then how does getting started with only a $3000 deposit sound? That’s right - all you need is $3000 and we’ll take care of the rest!

Here are some helpful tips to help you get the home of your dreams and increase the chance of your home finance being approved.

  • Be aware of Government Grants

With the First Home Builders Grant recently being increased to $10,000 and the First Home Buyers Grant being decreased to $3,000, if you weren't planning to already there is now another 7,000 reasons why you should definitely build your first home.

  • Ditch the debt

If you have an existing debt lurking over your shoulder it’s time to get rid of it! Yes, we know that is easier said than done but if you’re planning on financing your brand new home then ditching the debt will only work in your favour!

  • Work with your budget

Building a new home is fun and exciting but deciding to spend money that you don’t have on extras will not be so fun in the future. Build with a quality, affordable home and make sure you set realistic budgets!

Here at Easystart Homes we enjoy turning renters into home owners, so if you’re ready to dive into the deep end and start your home building journey then contact us today! 

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