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Many investors buying an investment property find themselves muddled with all the investment property jargon flying around in the market. As first time investors may find it all too little confusing, here’s a handy guide decoding the 10 most common investment property loan terms any investor will come across:… Read More>>

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The home loan market may be a confusing one to traverse – what with all the financial jargon flying around. Even experienced home buyers may feel daunted when faced with the number of mortgage loans available in the market. Fixed or variable? Professional package? Low-doc? Or a line of credit?… Read More>>

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Building your wealth in bricks and mortar? Considering the current market, a capital idea, indeed! Investing in property is a popular strategy for wealth creation but not without pitfalls. If not planned wisely, the cost of owning an investment property can quickly override the profits.… Read More>>

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Line-of-credit

Very often you find yourself requiring cash to meet emergencies or for planned renovations or purchases. While it is always possible to use your credit card for smaller amounts or take a personal loan, using the equity in your house to fund further investments or home improvements… Read More>>

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Anna and Blake have decided to buy their first home but wondering where to start. Indeed, buying a house is a long process. From choosing a location to deciding on a property to securing finance, there are so many steps involved until you hold the key to your dream house.… Read More>>

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In case your property has been repossessed, getting another mortgage is difficult; but contrary to popular belief, it is not impossible.

With your property repossessed in the past, you are not doomed to rent forever and can still subscribe for a home loan, maybe at a slightly… Read More>>

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Contractual employment is common in Australia, with over 9% of the population employed in contractual roles as revealed in a study by Australian Bureau of Statistics last year. But what do banks think of borrowers in a contractual position applying for a home loan?… Read More>>

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