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Tips to pay off your mortgage faster

Buying a home is an exciting yet strenuous time. Thus, it is not unusual for homeowners to wait for a few years to get on top of their mortgage before revisiting their interest rate and the amount outstanding on their home loan.     Well, that’s alright, you’d say, as you continue making your monthly… Read More>>

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A Day In The Life Of A Mortgage Broker

Historically, prior to the credit crunch, the number of customers working with a mortgage broker compared to those dealing directly with their bank was relatively evenly split.     Now, thanks to the arrival of highly experienced mortgage brokers such as Collins Mayaki many clients have recognised the advantages of consulting an experienced mortgage broker,… Read More>>

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Glossary of important financial terms

According to a survey by mortgage lender ME Bank, the majority of first home buyers in Australia do not understand what conveyancing is, aren’t sure what mortgage insurance covers, and are quite ignorant of the auction process. Yet, 70 percent of first homeowners reported that they felt confident making financial decisions, which is quite surprising… Read More>>

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Prospective Tenant Red Flags

One of the biggest fear of a landlord is to end up with a terrible tenant. No landlord wants to have problems with their tenants, but no landlord wants to end up paying the tab when the tenant doesn’t pay their rent! Low income? Currently unemployed? Inconsistent Work History? By keeping an eye out for… Read More>>

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Top reasons to review your home loan now

With the next move in home loan interest rates expected to be upward, it is time to revisit your home loan rate and review your options. Should you fix your interest rate? Should you refinance? Are you on the best possible deal in the market? And, most importantly, is your mortgage product still right for… Read More>>

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The growing significance of the Bank of Mum and Dad

The bank of Mum and Dad is Australia’s tenth largest lender currently. According to research by Digital Finance Analytics, 55 percent of first-time buyers receive financial assistance from their parents. The average amount lent by parents was reported to be a whopping $89,000!     There is no denying that more and more first-time buyers… Read More>>

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