Getting started

Renovate or move? 

If you like where you live, you may want to consider renovating instead of finding a new home. 

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Turning your home into an investment

Depending on your circumstances, you could consider turning your current home into an investment property.

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Seller's checklist

Use our seller's checklist to help you get started and ensure you're as prepared as possible.

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Steps to buying a new home

There are a few extra steps to consider when you’re buying a home for the second time around. 

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Getting ready to buy

Weigh up the costs  

Consider all the costs involved in selling a home and make sure your finances are in check. 

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What can I afford? 

Your financial situation may be different to when you last bought and what you can afford could have changed too. 

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Get a property report 

A property report can help you understand the market and the value of homes in the area you're looking to buy. 

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Find a property 

Use the CommBank Property app to search for properties and gain market insights. 

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Our step-by-step home buying guide

Find a new home

Getting your finance ready

Having conditional pre-approval could ensure you don’t miss out on the property you want.

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Making an offer and more

We can talk you through the final steps to owning a new home. 

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Buying before you sell 

If you buy before you sell, you may be eligible for bridging finance. 

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See our home loan options 

Things you should know

Subject to credit approval. Fees, charges, terms and conditions apply. As this advice has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs, you should consider its appropriateness to your circumstances before acting on the advice.