Affordable property is now more accessible for first home buyers

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Are you keen to get out of your rental and into your first home? Then we’ve got some great news! For eager first home buyers, there’s been a recent interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia that means getting your first home is now even easier!

Combine this with our already affordable house and land packages and you’re getting a well-deserved helping hand! Choose from a great range of homes in the best areas all over the Perth metro region. Get your dream house and land package, in the location you want, for an unbeatable price! Chat to us today to find out more!

The Change
The Reserve Bank Board has reduced the official cash rate by 0.25 per cent to a historic low of 1 per cent.

What this means
The latest cut is a bonus for people who are in a position to purchase a home, because it provides an increase in people’s borrowing capacity. For first home buyers, with the grants on offer, getting into a home has now become much more accessible. The changes will give first home buyers the break that they’ve been waiting for.

This rate cut continues to provide confidence to many that wish to enter the housing market.  With more West Australians able to access home loans, it will help many to secure the great Australian dream of home ownership.

How we can help
Our Finance Director Kevin Gomer has welcomed the rate cut decision. The introduction of these changes means there’s no better time to secure your dream home with Nicheliving!

We’ll help you find the perfect loan for your situation and work through the different rates available from our lenders to ensure you have the right financial solution for your current and future circumstances.

We make getting into your own home easy, simple and affordable. If you'd like to have a chat about what today's news means for you and your finances, call Kevin today on 9483 0099 or email kevin@nicheliving.com.au.

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