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the right time to buy a home

According to a report by News.com.au, tenants across Australia’s capital cities are facing continuous rate hikes, despite a significant downturn in the property market. Data from rent.com.au showed that Melbourne and Sydney observed the maximum hike, despite the apparent drop in the market price of properties. … Read More>>

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No deposit home loan deals for first home buyers.

Think you can’t buy a home because you have no deposit? There are lots of ways to work within the system. There are only a few no deposit mortgage options in Australia. Learn how people borrow 100% of the property price with such home loan deals.… Read More>>

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mortgage savings - how to refinance your home loan in 3 steps

Refinancing is when a homeowners takes out another loan which is used to pay off their first mortgage and any secondary liens on their home. If you’re considering to refinance your home loan, it’s important to do your research to ensure you’re making the right decision. The whole process can seem too hard and difficult. Here are 3 easy steps to refinance your mortgage, lower your payments, consolidate debt or pull cash out.… Read More>>

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rba cash rate and the impact on your repayments

The Reserve Bank governor said Australia’s cash rate might be cut further if income and spending growth were weaker than expected in the coming years. What does a drop in the RBA’s official cash rate mean for your finances? Find out here.… Read More>>

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8 popular types of home loans

Most homebuyers cannot purchase a home without borrowing some money from the banks. But banks are not charitable institutions and charge borrowers interest on the money they lend, as well as, fees for the additional services they provide.… Read More>>

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what homebuyers must know about the rba cash rate

The RBA is Australia’s central bank that is responsible for establishing the monetary policy of the country. It does so by setting the cash rate, which refers to the interest rate at which Australian banks can borrow money from the RBA, as well as, other institutional lenders. The cash rate, therefore, acts as the benchmark rate for the rest of the country.… Read More>>

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home loans without a deposit

Assuming you have a 5% deposit available one could opt to use a high LVR lender. Though, as mentioned above this would typically lead to the buyer needing to pay a mortgage insurance fee, as a way for the lender to insure themselves.… Read More>>

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a day in the life of a mortgage broker

Arranging mortgages are typically all about problem-solving. Each client has unique circumstances and needs and similarly, each lender attempts to position their loan product in the market in a way that differentiates them from the competition, regulations permitting.… Read More>>

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