A financial adviser has called for property auctions to be more tightly regulated or banned because they “crucify” first home buyers, Stuff reports. According to Rod Schubert Financial Advice (RSFA) managing director Rod Schubert, first home buyers often found themselves forking out $2000 for valuations and building reports before they could raise their hand in an auction room. Meanwhile, the government had no plans to regulate auctions.
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