LinkedInFacebook
240_F_80589865_3ngxsBtHhWGlNv6YRO6RsooEcy9a6V2z

As swanky credit cards fast replace cash in pockets, debt is quickly mounting up for many Australians who get carried away by the plastic money craze or end up borrowing more than they can repay. Sometimes loss of job, illness, a broken relationship or other unforeseen issues can also leave you cash strapped, struggling to… Read More>>

LinkedInFacebook
240_F_72606415_cccMSZm6smYUBpsP4l67mwNrZLT1ZSL1

As conventional banking comes of age, more and more home buyers are choosing to deal with mortgage brokers, largely attributable to better interest rates and choice that brokers are able to afford to borrowers. Truly, buying your dream home is not an easy task, unless you are well informed and guided by experts. And while… Read More>>

LinkedInFacebook
upcoming-election

With the date for elections set as 2nd of July, have you ascertained what your vote is going to cost you in the near future? The real estate sector accounts for almost 11.5% of the country’s GDP and if you are a part of the real estate market or soon aspire to be, the upcoming… Read More>>

LinkedInFacebook
banking-terms

Thinking of a home loan and confused with so many terms hovering over in front of you? Does the sound of financial jargon send you up the wall? Ever wished you could lay your hands on something that explained it all in plain and simple English. Here’s a jargon buster to take you sailing through… Read More>>

LinkedInFacebook
foreign-property-buyer

Foreign investment in real estate in Australia jumped by almost 3 times in the year 2015, as compared to the previous two years. However, in the wake of the latest crackdown by FIRB (Foreign Investment Review Board) and stricter lending criterion being imposed by the banks, does it spell the end for foreign real estate… Read More>>

LinkedInFacebook
access-equity

Most Australian property owners are sitting on goldmines, without even knowing it. No, we don’t mean an actual goldmine, but the equity locked in your property, which if utilised properly, can make a solid foundation for future investments, renovations and property acquisitions. What is equity? Equity is the amount you get on subtracting the outstanding… Read More>>

LinkedInFacebook
falling-interest-rate

Many property owners and future buyers are delighted with Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) decision to reduce the official interest rate to a historic low of 1.75%. Major banks such as NAB have even promised to pass on the full deduction to its customers. Does this mean home loan interest rates are falling? The situation… Read More>>

LinkedInFacebook
house-or-apartment

Every Australian will be plagued by this question at one point or another – many traditionally house loving Australians are moving towards apartment living gradually but each property buyer faces the dilemma of choosing between a house and an apartment. House Vs. Apartment For first home-owners, owning a home is a dream they have grown… Read More>>

LinkedInFacebook
booming-suburb

According to latest Corelogic RP Data, dwellings in Sydney and Melbourne have experienced a capital growth of 9.73% and 11.36% year on year, respectively. In fact, both the cities have been experiencing dizzy capital growth over the past few years, making huge profits for investors who entered the market in time. Does that mean you… Read More>>

teaser-popup-img.png
HashChing is helping Australians by providing access to the pre-negotiated home loan deals. Obligation free consultation with one of our partner brokers might save you time, hassle and money.