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Whether you are planning to buy a house or are repaying the 25 year loan you took 5 years back, chances are you can score up a much better deal to finance or refinance your house, if you compare deals online. You can also save thousands by periodically checking and calculating some magic numbers as… Read More>>

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Bankwest First Time Buyer Deposit Report 2015 indicates that on an average, an Australian couple has to save for 4.2 years to accumulate the 20% deposit (based on the median home price) for their first home; the saving time being the highest for couples in NSW (5.3 years) and lowest for those in Tasmania (2.8… Read More>>

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Falling property prices may sound gloomy to those who have already purchased property in these areas and fear to lose out on capital gains, however, this isn’t the case as despite the slowdown, Sydney and Melbourne have recorded the strongest annual gains in the housing market. The reasons for the decline:- Regulatory restrictions on investor… Read More>>

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We all want to get rid of that debt and be financially free as soon as possible… But is debt all that bad? Isn’t it possible to use debt to get rid of it faster? Well, financial discipline and smartly structured loans can actually turn being in debt into lesser of an evil. Since ages,… Read More>>

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Professionals pose low-risk to lenders who offer several home loan packages for various professionals including lawyers, engineers, accountants and doctors. In fact, doctors are favoured above all the other professionals due to high incomes and one of the lowest default rates on… Read More>>

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You’d be surprised to know that there are more than 150 home loans with interest rates less than 5.2% p.a. on offer in Australia. Are you still paying the price for being loyal to your bank? The interest rates in Australia have come down by over 2% p.a. since the year 2012. Despite that, less… Read More>>

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Buying off the plan means purchasing a house or an apartment before it is completely built. While it can offer benefits in terms of flexibility of design, potential capital growth and cheaper deals courtesy the construction boom in many parts of Australia, is it really a good idea to buy something you can’t yet see?… Read More>>

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Now that we are few days into the year 2016, most of us would have decided to turn a new leaf and be better, fitter, slimmer and richer… Is your heart set on that dream home or you want to get debt-free sooner? Intend a long international vacation or looking to invest in property this… Read More>>

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