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How to overcome mortgage stress in Australia

How to Overcome Mortgage Stress in Australia Almost one million Australian households are reeling under mortgage stress. What’s next? Nearly one million households in Australia are burdened by their mortgage. Latest figures by DFA reveal that 996,000 Australian families were grappling with mortgage stress in August, up from 990,000 in the previous month. Of these,… Read More>>

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Buying a home is a major decision that will affect your finances for years to come. In addition to saving for a deposit, you must also set aside a portion of your monthly income to pay down your mortgage and to meet your regular household expenses. Is it possible to save money while servicing a… Read More>>

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Mortgage Stress in Australia: Suburbs that are most affected

What Suburbs are most affected by Mortgage Stress in Australia? Several Australian banks have hiked their home loan interest rates, adding almost $38 a month on average to a $400,000 mortgage. Fortunately, most homeowners were able to cushion this impact. However, if more of such unexpected rate hikes follow thousands of Australian households might find… Read More>>

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5 tips on renovating an investment property for profit

5 tips on renovating an investment property for profit Are you Looking for renovation ideas to increase rental income? Well, there are a lot of modifications you can do to your house to increase its liveability as well as yield, but where do you start? Renovating an investment property is different from renovating your own… Read More>>

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The secret to financial freedom

How to save on your home loan to achieve financial freedom Do you have a new home loan and can’t wait to get debt free as soon as possible? You try to pay a little extra each month; but life gets in the way at times. It could be an unexpected car repair or a… Read More>>

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The real costs of buying a house

Costs of buying a house: The truths   In addition to saving up a deposit, there are other accessory hidden costs of buying a house you must budget for. These costs include various fees and charges such as conveyancing fee, inspection fee, lender’s fee, stamp duty, insurance, etc. and can set you back by almost… Read More>>

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5 no-nos when negotiating your home purchase price

Buying a home is one of the most exciting purchases we can make, but also one of the most stressful experience for some of us. Having a good knowledge of the housing market is essential before you even start looking for a home. Here is a short list of what you should not do when… Read More>>

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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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