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Real Estate Crowdfunding in Australia

Crowdfunding refers to the practice of raising small amounts of money from a large number of investors by reaching out to them online, primarily via social media, to achieve a certain goal, such as building a startup or tech innovation, or for a charitable cause.     There is no doubt that, in recent times,… Read More>>

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Ways to save money on your rental property

As a landlord one of the biggest fears you have is an unrented property, and run the risk of not making mortgage payments. Increasing savings is more than a simple wish for property investors, it is an ongoing goal. Fortunately, there are ways and means to do so…     Here is how to save… Read More>>

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Things to ignore while purchasing a home

You might have come across several lists detailing what not to ignore when purchasing a home. But, ignoring some trivial things could help you buy your property sooner, and possibly negotiate a lower rate, too.     Sellers are often advised to clean up their home and present it in the best possible shape to… Read More>>

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Is your interest rate burning a hole in your wallet?

The mortgage marketplace has turned highly competitive in the past few years. As a result, most banks are offering deals and discounts to new customers to expand their customer base. However, the cheaper rates for new customers are fuelled by the pockets of existing home borrowers. Yes, lenders are increasing fees or raising rates for… Read More>>

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Interest-only borrowers could see their mortgage repayments rise by $7,000 annually over the next three years

According to an ASIC survey of 11 lenders conducted in 2015, one in every four owner-occupiers and two in every three investors are interest-only.     Reason? Interest-only loans offer certain advantages compared to principal and interest loans, such as lower repayments during the interest-only period and greater tax deductions for investment properties. Despite these… Read More>>

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What’s happening in the Australian real estate market

The two hottest real estate markets in Australia seem to be letting out steam. Prices in Sydney dropped 0.3 percent in March bringing values down by 2.1 percent on the year. Melbourne prices dropped by 0.2 percent, recording a year to date fall of 0.5 percent. The annual growth in the capital city, however, remained… Read More>>

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10-yearly updates to keep your home in top shape

Your home is a precious asset – a place where you live, love, laugh and pray. Thus, it is essential to keep your house in top shape through routine maintenance to avoid inconvenience in the future and save thousands of dollars in repairs.     According to experts, it is crucial to stay up to… Read More>>

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How existing home borrowers can save more money on their home loan

Over the past two years, nearly half of the Australian homebuyers have been affected by out of turn rate hikes on their mortgage, despite the RBA maintaining a low cash rate of 1.50 percent for the longest time. At the same time, banks are offering lucrative deals and discounts to new customers that many of… Read More>>

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How to build a large property portfolio

Building an expansive property portfolio is a dream few investors achieve. However, owning multiple investment properties could be the key to achieving financial freedom, if you choose your investments wisely.     According to data released by CoreLogic in June 2016, there were 2.03 million individual investors in the country, implying most property investors owned… Read More>>

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Five things buyers should look for when inspecting a property

Heading along to a home inspection requires at least some degree of preparation. It can be intimidating for anyone, no matter how experienced you are. If you arrange for an inspection by a professional before the sale goes through, the problem is still the seller’s, because you can usually withdraw your offer before the settlement… Read More>>

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