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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

A Tenant is required to pay rent on a monthly basis as stipulated on the lease agreement. The duration of a lease may vary, but will often range between 6 and 12 months. After this time, the Tenant will be required to renew the lease contract, which will likely be subject to an increase in rent. This increase in rent usually varies between 5% and 10% of the rental amount, and is normally implemented based on a 12-month cycle.

In comparison, a Homeowner is required to pay monthly bond repayments. The total repayment amount is based on several factors, such as the property price, deposit amount, duration of the loan, and interest rate offered. The duration of a loan is typically 10, 20 or 30 years, and the value repayable can be affected by fluctuations in the interest rate during this time. Unlike a Tenant’s rental payments, the Homeowner’s annual bond costs accumulate equity over time, and are tax deductible, ultimately resulting in a saving.

Looking To Rent Or Lease Purchase A Home?

The answer to whether buying or renting is better depends largely on your personal profile and the current conditions of the property market. When house prices and interest rates are low, the monthly cost of owning a home is more affordable, which makes it a Buyers Market. Low interest rates also result in more affordable rental prices, but as the interest rate rises, so will rental costs. However, if a Homeowner has been offered a fixed interest rate, their monthly bond repayments will not be affected by the interest rates fluctuations.

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