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Turning Landlord - What to know before renting out your home

Being a landlord is not just about collecting monthly rent. Rental properties can be a lucrative source of passive income to investors, however, turning landlord is not a cakewalk. Renting out a property could be tedious, especially if you are a first-time landlord. So, here are some tips to successfully rent your property:    … Read More>>

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7 thinks to check before buying a home

Becoming a homeowner is almost everybody’s dream, however buying a property can turn into a money pit if you don’t know what to watch out for. When buying a home, many people tend to focus on how much they love or hate the interior. They don’t always pay attention to other details such as what… Read More>>

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The dream team every investor must have on board

Over the years, real estate has been the safest place to park your money – offering unmatched appreciation and mental security in the form of a tangible asset. But that does not mean every investment property is a gold mine. Thus, it makes sense to have a team of professionals on your side, who can… Read More>>

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What to look for when you are inspecting a property?

An average person takes around 25 years or so to actually ‘own’ a home! Thus, it is important to find a house that fits your requirements, because, you are probably going to stay in it for many years to come.     Experts say that it is easy to make small structural changes to a… Read More>>

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How to negotiate better at a property auction

In the world of real estate, the art of negotiation is a key skill that can help you score a lower rate as well as better terms on your property purchase. Fortunately, even if smooth talking is not your strong point, like most other skills, you can learn to negotiate a good deal by following… Read More>>

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How to overcome mortgage stress

According to latest data released by Digital Finance Analytics, nearly one-third of Australian families are under mortgage stress. But what does it mean to be under mortgage stress? In general terms, if a household’s income is not adequate to meet the ongoing expenses, including mortgage repayments, the household is considered to be under mortgage stress.… Read More>>

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10 home loan myths exposed

When it comes to negotiating a home loan deal, knowledge is power. The more you know, the better you are placed to secure a good deal. But nothing is harder than to sort home loan fact from fiction. “The best home loan has the lowest rate”, “you must have a deposit to get a home loan”, “you have to… Read More>>

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Non-major lenders score big with mortgage seekers

Amidst a competitive mortgage marketplace, home buyers in Australia are spoilt for choice between the rates and discounts offered by smaller lenders.     Recent data by the Australian Finance Group or AFG shows that non-major lenders are picking up a more significant chunk of the mortgage market than ever before as home buyers seeking… Read More>>

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Can shopping for a home loan affect my mortgage application

Home buyers are often advised to get quotes from multiple lenders before choosing a home loan that is right for them. Indeed, shopping around for a home loan is the easiest way to find a bargain. However, did you know that applying to several lenders at once can bring down your credit score, and can… Read More>>

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How to refinance your home loan

Do you know the interest rate you are paying on your home loan? If you haven’t reviewed your home loan in the past couple of years, you could be losing a lot of money while your peers beef up their savings by refinancing to one of the lower interest rate deals available in the market.… Read More>>

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