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What happens to your property after a breakup?

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What happens to your property after a breakup? 

Breaking up with your partner is already incredibly difficult and can become even more so when you own property together.

There’s never going to be a one-size-fits-all approach to dealing with the division of property, but there are some basics that are worth understanding.

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Navigating the legalities of a breakup can be complicated so it’s best to seek legal advice so you understand your rights and your requirements.


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When considering a mortgage, it's advisable to research different lenders and their product offerings to determine if they provide offset accounts as an option.

Several costs come with refinancing a home loan, although some of these costs are added to your new mortgage. You can get a rough estimate of the cost to refinance your mortgage by using a refinance calculator, or engaging a mortgage broker.

On settlement day, it's important to consider tasks such as reviewing the final settlement statement, ensuring funds are available for the down payment and closing costs, and conducting a final inspection of the property before completing the purchase.