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Hand with a house keys. Construction and real estate concept.

Buying a home is not an easy task. Add to it the legwork of selling your existing home, and you can expect a whirlwind of paperwork, confusion, deadlines and running around.… Read More>>

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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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How Mortgage Brokers Act in the ‘Best Interests’ of Their Clients

According to a joint submission from four consumer groups to The Treasury, some mortgage brokers don’t always obtain better-priced loans for their clients, and they don’t always offer them a diverse range of loan options. How can a mortgage borrower make sure to work with the right mortgage broker?… Read More>>

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11 basic mortgage terms you should know

Mortgages are long term commitments that can affect your lifestyle for some time to come. By fully understanding the terms of your mortgage and the amounts you will be paying you will be in a better position in the long run.
Looking for investing in a property? Here’s the essential mortgage terminology you need to know before you go house hunting.… Read More>>

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why first home owners should work with a mortgage broker

If you’re looking for a mortgage, you might be wondering whether or not you should talk to a mortgage broker or go directly to the lender. A mortgage broker is someone who compares the market for mortgages and provides impartial advice to help you find the right deal. … Read More>>

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it's time to boost your savings in 2019

Boosting your savings account can feel like a daunting task. In 2019, commit to a resolution that will help get your money to a healthy place. Here are ten great ways to boost your savings this year that you may not have considered.… Read More>>

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how to avoid a monster mortgage

If you are planning to buy a home, it is likely that you’d need to take out a home loan. But are you aware of how much money you can borrow? You could use an online calculator to determine your borrowing capacity or speak to a lender; but is it a good idea to borrow the full amount a lender is willing to lend you?… 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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six signs your bathroom needs an upgrade

As the years pass, it is possible that your bathroom is no longer a pleasant place to spend your time or functional enough to accommodate your growing family or things. An awkward layout, broken fixtures, a mismatched colour palette or bad lighting – it is easy to overlook such flaws, but they are clear indications that it is time to make some changes… Read More>>

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