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Sam and Clara weren’t too happy when their lender asked them to subscribe for home insurance. After some online research, they decided to take both ‘home and contents’ insurance though the idea didn’t really appeal to them. Today, they advise everyone to go for ‘home and content’ cover, as they couldn’t have been more grateful… Read More>>

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Planning to take the first step towards building your property portfolio? Investing in property has become the most loved hobby of the nation; however, keep in mind that all investments may not be profitable. To ensure your success in the property market, here’s a handy guide telling you what to lookout for before you start… Read More>>

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If you are planning to buy a house in Queensland, and it happens to be your first home, the State Revenue Office is offering you a ‘Great Start’. Literally called the ‘Great Start Grant’, first home owners are eligible for a grant of $15,000 if they are buying or building a new home. This grant… Read More>>

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Comparison-rate

Interest rates on home loans in Australia are at all time low, and banks are offering deals that seem too good to be true. Home buyers, thus, are scampering to quickly make a kill – Owning a property and saving on your home loan, now that’s utopia for every Australian.… Read More>>

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According to a report by MFAA (Mortgage and Finance Association of Australia) published in the year 2015, many lenders believe that brokers would account for more than 60% of the mortgage deals in the future, stressing on the importance of the broking channel in the coming years. Gone are the days when one would walk… Read More>>

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home-loan-features

With a large number of mortgage deals in the Australian housing market, knowledge is the key to getting a good deal. While a good loan is one that is cut to your requirement, there are certain features you must look for before you sign up for one. HashChing brings you top 5 home loan features… Read More>>

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While you keep busy supporting your clients in and out of legal battles, a set of professionals has you covered, at least property wise. We are talking about mortgage brokers who can help lawyers get professional packages, discounts and waivers on home loans, not ordinarily advertised by lenders. Why just lawyers? Lenders consider the practitioners… Read More>>

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First-home-owners-grant

In 2016, 90,000 Australians purchased their first home. Susan was one of them. Susan had long decided that she would buy her own home by the time she turned 30. With a steady job, a decent income and $35,000 in her kitty for a home loan deposit, she was all set to buy her first property when reality hit… Read More>>

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home-loan-calculator

Whether you are planning to buy a house or are repaying the 25 year loan you took 5 years back, chances are you can score up a much better deal to finance or refinance your house, if you compare deals online. You can also save thousands by periodically checking and calculating some magic numbers as… Read More>>

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Bankwest First Time Buyer Deposit Report 2015 indicates that on an average, an Australian couple has to save for 4.2 years to accumulate the 20% deposit (based on the median home price) for their first home; the saving time being the highest for couples in NSW (5.3 years) and lowest for those in Tasmania (2.8… Read More>>

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