Completion day is an incredibly exciting time, as it’s the day that all of the money is transferred for your new home, and you get to grasp the keys for the first time! The seller and the buyer will agree in advance when this day will be so you can prepare.
However, with all the excitement of completing on your new home, it’s easy to overlook some of the additional costs you may have to factor in once you’ve moved into the property. By planning ahead you can make sure you set aside a budget to cover these costs, as they can still add up to a considerable amount.
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