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Parents helping children to buy their home

A recent report revealed the Bank of Mum and Dad to be the fifth largest lender in Australia, lending $65 billion in total to sprightly first home buyers in Australia. The average sum extended by parents to launch their children on the property bandwagon is reported to be $85,380 by Digital Finance Analytics. And, as… Read More>>

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green home loan for eco-friendly houses

As the world grapples with adverse climatic conditions fanned by humans; today, people finally understand the gory implications of climate change and global warming, and many have decided to battle these conditions by adopting environment-friendly habits and home designs. Yes, there is a spurt of environment-friendly constructions in Australia and across the world. It starts… Read More>>

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Parent help children for home loan

Mr Turnbull received a lot of backlash when he asked ‘rich parents’ to shell out money to help their children buy a home. Nonetheless, with over one-third young adults taking more than five years to save a deposit, turning to their parents for help remains a popular choice. On their part, despite many baby boomers… Read More>>

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Excerpts from this article first appeared on news.com.au on MARCH 10, 2017, and written by Owen Roberts   Homeowners in the west are paying nearly double Sydney’s average interest rate, with those in The Ponds, Doonside, Quakers Hill and Campbelltown paying as much as 7.88 per cent.     HashChing reveals Australia’s most ‘ripped off’… Read More>>

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why you must use a mortgage broker

The Australian mortgage market is flooded with thousands of home lending products. Indeed, a lot of choice for home buyers. Besides, there are other parameters to consider – fixed or variable rate, packaged home loan deals, PI or Interest-only loans, honeymoon rates and much more. Phew! That’s a lot of information to rummage through in… Read More>>

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tips to save more money when you buy a home

Whether you are an investor or an owner occupier, you would agree that choosing the perfect property, according to your taste and requirement, is an uphill task. Besides, to ensure that you buy a well-performing property, several factors such as location, amenities, market condition, etc. need to be taken into account. Thus, choosing the right… Read More>>

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First Home Buyer Grant Tasmania

Hefty grants offered by various States and stamp duty exemptions extended to first home buyers in the latest budget have given a big push to first home buyer activity across the country. Thus, it is not surprising that first home buyers comprised 17.2 percent of the owner-occupier market in August, rising to 17.4 percent in… Read More>>

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Savings and investment : your savings aren’t safe in a bank account

So you’re saving for a house deposit. You’re doing all the necessary sacrifices required for the big purchase – fewer coffees, batch cooking lunches on a Sunday and definitely less wine and beer!     But keeping this extra money in a savings account is not the best long-term strategy particularly if your savings goal… Read More>>

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Mortgage Property investors

Building a property portfolio is a dream harboured by many. But how do you go about financing it? Save, slog and budget – that’s the natural advice anyone would give you. But what if we told you that the most successful property portfolios are built on others’ money! Well, we are not talking about parental… Read More>>

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woman thinking when refinancing home loan

As a home owner, you are always advised to review your home loan to ensure it remains competitive periodically. Especially with low interest rate mortgage options available in the market, it is tempting to refinance and save your hard-earned money from filling the coffers of your lender. But, is it always a good idea to… Read More>>

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