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Buying a property is your life's investment. Whether it is to resell, rent or even live with your family, it is a big and impactful purchase, and it should not be a decision taken lightly.


Buying a property can seem like a process that requires a lot of you, in terms of time, energy and tension. It may even seem like you will never make a 100% right choice. However, we want to help you! So that you feel more supported and with a well-defined path to go.


So, we've compiled a few important topics to keep in mind when making your decision. Let's see ...
 

How much can I really spend?

Buying a property has a great weight on your families’ financial live. It is important to define for sure how much you can effectively spend. To understand what your actual budget is, you should check your savings, know what taxes you will have to pay and what your financing need is.


Savings

As with any higher-value purchase, having some money from savings helps in the process. Especially when it is necessary to give a certain value for entry. Keep this question in mind and calculate how much you need to “collect”.


Taxes

Remember that property transfers, transactions and the property itself have associated taxes. Do some research or consult a specialist who will clarify to you exactly what taxes you may have to pay.


Financing need

Assess your need for a loan with a financial institution. So that you know exactly how much you can spend on your house.


Maximum value

Finally, with all these steps, you will reach a maximum value that you can give for a property. This makes the process easier, as you can evaluate options based on a certain price.

 

Search, search and search even more...

This is one of the most used terms when buying a property! Let's see what you need to consider when looking for your home!


Define what you're looking for

Having a list of features you are looking for in a property helps you find what you need.

  • Nature: apartment or house
  • Typology
  • Areas
  • Zone
  • Etc.

Defining the focal points of your research will help you to narrow down your options and make more effective decisions.


Think long term

Do you intend to have children? Change job? These issues influence the type of home you want and its location. So, it is important to consider whatever your life will be on the long term.


Market

Knowing what type of property has been sold and for what price in the location you want is an asset to be able to negotiate the value of the property and also to know whether or not you are making a good purchase.
Please note:

  • Construction year;
  •  Location;
  • Typology;
  •  Areas;
  •  Extras.

All these factors influence the price at which the property is sold.


Location

As previously stated, this being a long-term purchase, it is advisable to do a survey of the area where you imagine yourself to live, as well as the forecast of its evolution.
That is, do some research to find out if companies are being opened in the area, shops, schools, all these services influence the value of the properties. Which is important if one day, you want to resell or rent the property.

 

Search, visit and compare properties

After defining all the previous steps, the most exciting part will start, the search for properties, visits, comparisons. At this point you will start to feel that you are closer to buying your home.


However, there are questions that you will have to ask whoever is conducting the visit and you will also have to consider all aspects of the property, the building (if it is an apartment), the surrounding area, as well as the condominium conditions, maintenance, among others.


Renovations

Analyze the condition of the property and see how muchnomey money you will have to spend to put it your way.


Condominium

In addition to the price of the condominium, check the maintenance conditions it offers and the services of the building (in the case of an apartment).


Building 

If it is an apartment, analyze the general appearance of the building and when it was renovated and if the condominium does the necessary maintenance.


Sun exposure

An important issue that will affect energy costs is the sun exposure of the property. In addition, it also values the house or not. When the house receives more hours of natural light, in addition to becoming warmer, the time for using electricity decreases.

 

Ask questions

It is natural that even if you follow all the steps, and try to pay attention to all the details, there are some questions that you should ask, both to the real estate consultant, if applicable, as to who is selling the property, and even in time to turn to legal and financial institutions.

  • What documents are necessary?
  • How is the process to buying a property?
  • What are the conditions to apply to a loan?
  • What fees will I have to pay?
  • Is the neighborhood safe?
  • Does the condominium do maintenance?
  • Among many others...


These are the main aspects, which we consider to be important when buying a property. If you need professional help, we also have an article available where we highlight the advantages of hiring a professional in the field!


If you have any questions or suggestions, send us a message!

 

Buying a property is your life's investment. Whether it is to resell, rent or even live with your family, it is a big and impactful purchase, and it should not be a decision taken lightly.


Buying a property can seem like a process that requires a lot of you, in terms of time, energy and tension. It may even seem like you will never make a 100% right choice. However, we want to help you! So that you feel more supported and with a well-defined path to go.


So, we've compiled a few important topics to keep in mind when making your decision. Let's see ...
 

How much can I really spend?

Buying a property has a great weight on your families’ financial live. It is important to define for sure how much you can effectively spend. To understand what your actual budget is, you should check your savings, know what taxes you will have to pay and what your financing need is.


Savings

As with any higher-value purchase, having some money from savings helps in the process. Especially when it is necessary to give a certain value for entry. Keep this question in mind and calculate how much you need to “collect”.


Taxes

Remember that property transfers, transactions and the property itself have associated taxes. Do some research or consult a specialist who will clarify to you exactly what taxes you may have to pay.


Financing need

Assess your need for a loan with a financial institution. So that you know exactly how much you can spend on your house.


Maximum value

Finally, with all these steps, you will reach a maximum value that you can give for a property. This makes the process easier, as you can evaluate options based on a certain price.

 

Search, search and search even more...

This is one of the most used terms when buying a property! Let's see what you need to consider when looking for your home!


Define what you're looking for

Having a list of features you are looking for in a property helps you find what you need.

  • Nature: apartment or house
  • Typology
  • Areas
  • Zone
  • Etc.

Defining the focal points of your research will help you to narrow down your options and make more effective decisions.


Think long term

Do you intend to have children? Change job? These issues influence the type of home you want and its location. So, it is important to consider whatever your life will be on the long term.


Market

Knowing what type of property has been sold and for what price in the location you want is an asset to be able to negotiate the value of the property and also to know whether or not you are making a good purchase.
Please note:

  • Construction year;
  •  Location;
  • Typology;
  •  Areas;
  •  Extras.

All these factors influence the price at which the property is sold.


Location

As previously stated, this being a long-term purchase, it is advisable to do a survey of the area where you imagine yourself to live, as well as the forecast of its evolution.
That is, do some research to find out if companies are being opened in the area, shops, schools, all these services influence the value of the properties. Which is important if one day, you want to resell or rent the property.

 

Search, visit and compare properties

After defining all the previous steps, the most exciting part will start, the search for properties, visits, comparisons. At this point you will start to feel that you are closer to buying your home.


However, there are questions that you will have to ask whoever is conducting the visit and you will also have to consider all aspects of the property, the building (if it is an apartment), the surrounding area, as well as the condominium conditions, maintenance, among others.


Renovations

Analyze the condition of the property and see how muchnomey money you will have to spend to put it your way.


Condominium

In addition to the price of the condominium, check the maintenance conditions it offers and the services of the building (in the case of an apartment).


Building 

If it is an apartment, analyze the general appearance of the building and when it was renovated and if the condominium does the necessary maintenance.


Sun exposure

An important issue that will affect energy costs is the sun exposure of the property. In addition, it also values the house or not. When the house receives more hours of natural light, in addition to becoming warmer, the time for using electricity decreases.

 

Ask questions

It is natural that even if you follow all the steps, and try to pay attention to all the details, there are some questions that you should ask, both to the real estate consultant, if applicable, as to who is selling the property, and even in time to turn to legal and financial institutions.

  • What documents are necessary?
  • How is the process to buying a property?
  • What are the conditions to apply to a loan?
  • What fees will I have to pay?
  • Is the neighborhood safe?
  • Does the condominium do maintenance?
  • Among many others...


These are the main aspects, which we consider to be important when buying a property. If you need professional help, we also have an article available where we highlight the advantages of hiring a professional in the field!


If you have any questions or suggestions, send us a message!

 

Buying a property is your life's investment. Whether it is to resell, rent or even live with your family, it is a big and impactful purchase, and it should not be a decision taken lightly.


Buying a property can seem like a process that requires a lot of you, in terms of time, energy and tension. It may even seem like you will never make a 100% right choice. However, we want to help you! So that you feel more supported and with a well-defined path to go.


So, we've compiled a few important topics to keep in mind when making your decision. Let's see ...
 

How much can I really spend?

Buying a property has a great weight on your families’ financial live. It is important to define for sure how much you can effectively spend. To understand what your actual budget is, you should check your savings, know what taxes you will have to pay and what your financing need is.


Savings

As with any higher-value purchase, having some money from savings helps in the process. Especially when it is necessary to give a certain value for entry. Keep this question in mind and calculate how much you need to “collect”.


Taxes

Remember that property transfers, transactions and the property itself have associated taxes. Do some research or consult a specialist who will clarify to you exactly what taxes you may have to pay.


Financing need

Assess your need for a loan with a financial institution. So that you know exactly how much you can spend on your house.


Maximum value

Finally, with all these steps, you will reach a maximum value that you can give for a property. This makes the process easier, as you can evaluate options based on a certain price.

 

Search, search and search even more...

This is one of the most used terms when buying a property! Let's see what you need to consider when looking for your home!


Define what you're looking for

Having a list of features you are looking for in a property helps you find what you need.

  • Nature: apartment or house
  • Typology
  • Areas
  • Zone
  • Etc.

Defining the focal points of your research will help you to narrow down your options and make more effective decisions.


Think long term

Do you intend to have children? Change job? These issues influence the type of home you want and its location. So, it is important to consider whatever your life will be on the long term.


Market

Knowing what type of property has been sold and for what price in the location you want is an asset to be able to negotiate the value of the property and also to know whether or not you are making a good purchase.
Please note:

  • Construction year;
  •  Location;
  • Typology;
  •  Areas;
  •  Extras.

All these factors influence the price at which the property is sold.


Location

As previously stated, this being a long-term purchase, it is advisable to do a survey of the area where you imagine yourself to live, as well as the forecast of its evolution.
That is, do some research to find out if companies are being opened in the area, shops, schools, all these services influence the value of the properties. Which is important if one day, you want to resell or rent the property.

 

Search, visit and compare properties

After defining all the previous steps, the most exciting part will start, the search for properties, visits, comparisons. At this point you will start to feel that you are closer to buying your home.


However, there are questions that you will have to ask whoever is conducting the visit and you will also have to consider all aspects of the property, the building (if it is an apartment), the surrounding area, as well as the condominium conditions, maintenance, among others.


Renovations

Analyze the condition of the property and see how muchnomey money you will have to spend to put it your way.


Condominium

In addition to the price of the condominium, check the maintenance conditions it offers and the services of the building (in the case of an apartment).


Building 

If it is an apartment, analyze the general appearance of the building and when it was renovated and if the condominium does the necessary maintenance.


Sun exposure

An important issue that will affect energy costs is the sun exposure of the property. In addition, it also values the house or not. When the house receives more hours of natural light, in addition to becoming warmer, the time for using electricity decreases.

 

Ask questions

It is natural that even if you follow all the steps, and try to pay attention to all the details, there are some questions that you should ask, both to the real estate consultant, if applicable, as to who is selling the property, and even in time to turn to legal and financial institutions.

  • What documents are necessary?
  • How is the process to buying a property?
  • What are the conditions to apply to a loan?
  • What fees will I have to pay?
  • Is the neighborhood safe?
  • Does the condominium do maintenance?
  • Among many others...


These are the main aspects, which we consider to be important when buying a property. If you need professional help, we also have an article available where we highlight the advantages of hiring a professional in the field!


If you have any questions or suggestions, send us a message!

 

* This article is not intended as advice and is intended for information purposes only. For more information contact us!

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