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5 simple steps to get a home loan

Buying a house is an exciting experience and the right home loan can help you ‘own’ your home sooner. Currently, with low interest rates on offer by various banks and non-bank lenders, the Australian mortgage marketplace is full of options for the savvy home buyer.     However, many homebuyers find it complicated to apply… Read More>>

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technology brings you closer to your home loan

It is common knowledge that your income and expenditure determine the fate of your home loan, apart from your assets and debts. Also, good credit history and proof of regular savings go a long way in tipping the scales in your favour. However, with household debt at a record high in Australia, the financial regulator… Read More>>

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Stunning facts about Interest Only Loans

In October 2017, UBS carried out a survey of 900 borrowers that disclosed some stunning facts, including the shocking revelation that up to a third of borrowers with interest-only (IO) loans are not aware of the financial product on their hands. It means that one in three interest-only borrowers are not aware that their mortgage… Read More>>

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Good Financial Resolutions for 2018

With the new year upon us, it is time to reflect on the past twelve months and set new resolutions for the upcoming year. Be it getting fitter, learning a new skill or getting smarter with finances, there is undoubtedly much each one of us wants to achieve this year. But did you know less… 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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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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property investment 5 tips

Buying a property continues to be a passionate hobby for Australians. Yet there are only about 1.3 million people in Australia who own an investment property. Surprising, is it? There is no doubt that a large number of people dream of building an investment portfolio, but only a few succeed – as most drop out,… Read More>>

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As the skies get clearer and the weather gets warmer, the last few weeks of spring surely inspire a lot of mush. Besides, research says that being in love is good for your health. Yes, being in love is known to reduce stress, lower the blood pressure and maintain a healthy heart. A quick Google… Read More>>

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When you apply for a home loan, it is possible that the amount you can borrow is different from the amount you are comfortable repaying. Why? Because, while banks take into account several factors, including your spending habits, to calculate your borrowing capacity, only you are aware of your plans, circumstances and personality.    … Read More>>

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