Local support for first home buyers

Local support for first home buyers

 

Get the right guidance with help from local experts.

Buying a home is a big deal – especially when it’s your first. With many things to consider, it can be tricky to know where to turn for help.

In New Zealand, our property market has many unique pockets. And, what might be right for a first-time buyer in Auckland could be quite different for someone looking to buy in Te Anau.

So, it pays to seek advice from experts who understand the challenges and opportunities within your local area.

What support do I need?

If you’re thinking about buying, it’s important to prepare ahead of time to avoid any potential bumps in the road.

If you plan to take out a home loan, a mortgage adviser can review your finances to give you a clear indication of your borrowing power and can also help you apply for pre-approval.

Once you have your finances in order, it’s a good idea to speak to a trusted real estate agent who can help you find the perfect property and walk you through the process.

Why choose local?

While there are many options available, it’s hard to beat advice from experts who literally live and breathe the local market.

Not only can they share valuable knowledge about the area, but they can also provide support that’s tailored to your individual homebuying goals.

In most cases, you can expect to receive a far more personalised service and gain access to information that’s tough to find elsewhere.

Who can help?

If you’re ready to get started, Mike Pero has experts all over New Zealand.

To learn more, contact your local Mike Pero Mortgage Adviser.

Or, for support to find your first home, contact your local Mike Pero Real Estate Agent.

 

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