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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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use your superannuation to fund your mortgage deposit

It’s no secret that saving for a house is tough. Raising the money for a deposit can seem to take forever, even if you’re consistent with your savings plan. But since 2018, First-home buyers have been allowed to use up to $30,000 of voluntary superannuation contributions to place a mortgage deposit in an effort to help young people gain a foothold in the property market.… 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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why should you refinance your home loan?

A lower interest rate is an obvious benefit of refinancing your home loan. A lower rate makes your repayments easier to manage, and you save money in interest that can be utilised to pay off the principal faster and reduce the loan term.… Read More>>

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easy way to save more money - financial knowledge

It is rare to come across a layperson who enjoys dabbling in numbers. Most people find it boring or tedious to work with numbers, and prefer to ‘guesstimate’ financial decisions, including buying a house, than basing them on sound facts and figures. Of course, you already know that such an attitude could be bad for your financial health. New research by home loan lender ME Bank reveals alarmingly poor levels of financial, more specifically, basic property buying literacy.… Read More>>

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A large number of Australian families are stretching their finances to the limit to service their home loan, making it impossible to save any money for other life goals. Big expenses such as weddings or school fees while servicing a mortgage may feel out of question, especially in the wake of out-of-turn rate hikes by the banks and a flat wage growth!… Read More>>

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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 save money on your mortgage and other bills

Savvy Australians are saving hundreds of dollars on their mortgage, health insurance and utility bills by simply picking up the phone and demanding a better deal from their service providers!     “Having seen several competitive home loan deals on HashChing, a leading mortgage comparison website, I decided to call up my bank and ask… Read More>>

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finance and mortgage decisions, being mortgage savvy

According to a recent survey, over 77% Australians consider themselves to be ‘money smart’, with almost 80 percent of those under 30 and over 80 years of age smug about being ‘financial savvy’. 1,040 Australians participated in the survey where more than 50 percent respondents under 30 years of age considered themselves to be ‘a… Read More>>

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saving money new year resolution

As we swiftly move through the first month of the new year, it is time to reflect on the year gone by and set new goals to achieve in 2018.     Be it learning a new skill or language, getting washboard abs, switching jobs, taking a vacation or buying your first home – surely,… Read More>>

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