So you've got the budget and the passion, but there's always one question that can make you stop in your tracks.

"Where should I buy my first home?"

It is the number one question that every property professional gets asked about, and it always seems like if you find the answer, you'd be set. The problem is, the answer is never that simple.

But, there is a simple process you can follow that will lead you to the right answer for you.

In this episode, we explore the factors that contribute to answering the question. We talk about the 3 Ps, the "ugly c-word", and why following a step-by-step process is key to avoiding mistakes and getting the right property on the first try.

Tune in to the episode and we'll see you on the inside!

Episode Highlights:
• No one should answer this question for you [02:19]
• The 3 Ps - Price, Property, and Position [08:29]
• It's not a quick process; it takes time, effort, and a lot of self-reflection [11:34]
• Looking at places that 'don't exist' take up more time and energy [13:11]
• Reasons why the step-by-step process is important [14:34]
• The exciting, discovery-side of the whole process [17:33]
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Veronica Morgan & Meighan Wells 

Veronica & Meighan are both licensed real estate agents who exclusively help buyers. Together they have nearly 40 years experience as property professionals.

Veronica is principal of Sydney based Good Deeds Property Buyers and is also co-host of The Elephant in the Room property podcast as well as Location Location Location Australia on Foxtel and author of Auction Ready: how to buy property at auction even though you're scared s#!tless!

Meighan is the multi award winning principal of Brisbane based Property Pursuit, chairperson of the REIQ Buyers Agent Chapter & a regular media commentator.

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