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If you find that your family has overgrown your house or feel inspired by the latest home décor trends to shift to an open floor plan, renovating your home could be a great option, especially if you cannot afford to buy a new property but look forward to upgrading your existing home. In fact, strategic… Read More>>

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Youngsters in Australia often have to wait until they finish university to purchase a property. However, what if you decide to buy a house while still pursuing your higher education? Today, several young students with income from a scholarship want to buy their abode while still in university. But, are there any lenders who accept… Read More>>

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Did you know that “finance brokers originated at least $46 billion in new home loans during the March 2017 quarter”? Further, the loans originated by the brokers in the said quarter accounted for 53.6 percent of the total residential home loans taken out in the period. (read report on TheAdviser)     But why are more and… Read More>>

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There is a great deal you could do with your annual bonus, from taking that much-awaited vacation to funding a pending renovation. But can your bonus help you qualify for a home loan? While assessing your home loan application, lenders take into account several criteria, including your income, assets, expenditure, liabilities and employment history. More… Read More>>

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According to the latest data, the median price of a home in Sydney was $1,000,500 in June. This means, to buy a property in Sydney, you would need, on average, $200,100 or 20 percent of the purchase price as the deposit. No surprise then, first home buyers find it difficult to break into the property… Read More>>

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Apart from introducing a slew of measures to help first home buyers step into the property market (read here), budget 2017-18 also suggested some changes in the deductions allowed for residential investment properties. Those with interstate investments can no longer claim for interstate travel for property inspections and management. However, the fee paid to a… Read More>>

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Most people aim to invest their hard earned dollars in property; not only because property prices have constantly been on the rise but also because a property is a tangible asset that you can see and touch, which makes it a safer investment for mental peace. However, investing in property for the sake of investing… Read More>>

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Investing in real estate continues to remain one of the most popular wealth creation strategies in Australia. However, not every investor buys to hold, revelling in the comfort of owning an extensive property portfolio. Of course, holding an investment property for long offers the benefits of rental yield and better capital growth, but many investors… Read More>>

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Planning to build your home from scratch or make some major renovations? As you may be already aware – you could either hire a builder or choose to take charge of the building work yourself. Of course, the former might be a less tedious option, but the latter could turn out to be cheaper and… Read More>>

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