Buying property is fraught with risk, and is a daunting prospect for the first time buyer, with so many things to arrange. The legal documents must be in order, and then there’s the question of land ownership, with taxes to pay, all of which must be negotiated. The home might be newly constructed, in which case you would purchase directly from the developer, or it could be a private sale, when you are dealing with an individual. If you are about to set your foot on the property ladder, here are some things to watch out for. 1. Pre-Approve your
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