Where to Live in Australia?

07.03.2019

Where to Live in Australia

If possible, it would be best to have a temporary home in Australia before you move in. Renting a temporary place is also a great idea so that you are living comfortably while waiting for your belongings to arrive.

Move to Australia

Move to Western Australia

Move to New South Wales

Once you are in Australia, you can find homes online or by strolling through the neighbourhoods you might want to live in. These things are to be considered when looking for a home:




• Access to public transport
• Local schools
• Employment prospects
• Distance from shops and work
• Reputation of the area

Weigh your options on whether you want to buy or just rent a house. Many migrants prefer to just rent a house instead of buying one since the process is much simpler and it has many benefits too. When renting, it will let you experience different neighborhoods and the chance to get to know new environments before committing into buying it for good.




The housing market in Australia is very competitive, however a good place to start your real-estate hunt is through these sites:

• http://www.realestate.com.au/
• http://www.domain.com.au
https://www.physisrealty.com
• http://www.rent.com.au

Renting in Australia
When you have made your mind and decided that you will rent a house in Australia, it is best that you bring your rental references with you along with your identification papers such as your passport.

Most agents conduct open houses and you have to take advantage of this as you will get to see every nook and cranny of the house you are about to rent. The common practice is for tenants to pay 4-6 weeks upfront as a security bond and an advance of 4 weeks as well.




Buying in Australia
If you have decided to buy a house, get to know the local agents in the area. They will be able to get you the best deals and offer you the most suitable houses in the market for your needs.