What are the Upfront Costs when Buying an Investment Property in Australia?
I often get asked what upfront costs I can expect when buying an investment property.
In this video, I explain 7 of the major and potential upfront costs associated with buying an investment property.
These costs include (but may not be limited to)…
1. Stamp duty.
2. Legal fees.
3. A building and pest report.
4. A town planning report.
6. Cleaning up the property.
7. Renovation works.
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