Buying a home after divorce or financial hardship
Life happens. There's a million reasons that people might be forced into losing the home they once had and we find that mostly these situations were out of that persons control. Many people feel like once their no longer on the property ladder it's impossible to get back on. We find that more often than not it's not an issue of that person being able to buy a home again, it's them just not knowing where to start to finances back together. Our clients who are starting over learn:
What lenders are available to someone who has a few transgressions on their credit file
How they can use their superannuation to help them get back into the property market
What buying will do to their finances now and how it will affect their long term financial situation
What they can do to get away from the high interest loans that can put a drain on their finances
The types of property decisions they can make to get back on track
One of the biggest mistakes we see people make is not finding out what they can do before they want to buy a property after they've had a few hurdles. The earlier you start to plan, the earlier you can start over.