Moving house fees are a problem.
So are rental payments.
In many cases, the solution is to have your house moved to another city or to buy a new one.
But how to make sure that a move is right for you?
Here are five things you need to consider before you buy.
Read moreThe average monthly rent for a detached home in Sydney is $1,200 and for a three-bedroom house in Sydney it’s about $1.2 million, according to real estate agency Re/Max.
But how much does it cost to move?
And how long will it take?
The answer is not as straightforward as it sounds.
Renters are getting increasingly used to the idea of a flat.
In the past, they were often forced to move house, but they are now in favour of renting instead.
The average rent for an apartment in Sydney in 2017 was $1 million, up from $1million in 2016.
According to Re/max, that’s about 10 per cent of the average monthly wage in the capital.
So, the average cost of a detached house in NSW in 2017 for two-bedroom and three-bedrooms was about $4,600.
For a four-bedroom, that figure was about four times higher.
And for a five-bedroom it was $12,000.
How much is it really?
The average rent in Sydney for a two-bedroom was $2,200, and the average rent of a three bedroom was about three times that amount.
It is possible to live in a two bedroom flat and rent a three roomed apartment, but that’s not really how it works.
Why is it so hard to find a flat in Sydney?
The cost of renting a home in the CBD is about twice as high as the cost of buying a home, according the Sydney Real Estate Board.
That means it’s very hard to afford a property in Sydney without a mortgage, which is about $8,000 in 2017.
“It is so expensive to live here,” said Melissa Larkin.
You can buy a home and rent it out, but it takes a long time to sell.
So if you have a deposit, it is usually not enough to get a deposit off the market.
The average monthly price of a house in the Sydney CBD in 2017 in 2018 was $9,000, and in 2019 it was about 15 per cent higher.
So, is a house moving cheaper than buying?
If you’re just looking for a place to live and don’t want to make a mortgage payment, it’s probably not a good idea to rent a house.
But it’s worth trying to find somewhere to live, said Sarah Stokes, who owns the property that was her parents home.
When it comes to rent, the biggest factor in whether a property is suitable for renting or buying is the quality of the property.
If the property is not a “fit for purpose”, it is more expensive to rent and the landlord will often offer more for it, according Re/MAX.
As for what happens if you decide to buy, the landlord may not be as willing to sell as they are to rent.
If you buy, you will have to repay the full purchase price of the home, which can be quite high.
So if you want to move to a bigger place and have more money to spend, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to afford it.
What’s the cheapest way to move a house?
Renting is not necessarily the cheapest option, said Sydney Real, which advises renters to look at buying.
Buying a home can be cheaper, but if you buy it at the end of your lease period, you may have to pay more.
For example, if you are renting in Sydney’s inner-west, the price of an average detached house there is about about $9.5 million.
So, if your lease ends at the beginning of 2021, your average rent will be about $3,400 per month.
However, if the landlord changes his mind, it could be higher.
If the rent is higher, you’ll need to pay the difference.
For a three or four bedroom house in Melbourne, the rent could be $15,000 or $16,000 per month, depending on the area.
To find a place that fits your needs, Re/Locate is a property information service that provides listings for rent and offers a free mobile app that lets renters find a property.
The app includes a search function that allows you to search for houses in different locations around Sydney, including in the outer suburbs, north-west suburbs and in inner-city areas.
If you want a cheaper place to rent in a bigger city, you might find it easier to rent from the rental agency, which will usually have