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{guest_blogging}, here's your chance to write for us

Do you have a background in finance, home loans, or just consider yourself a good writer? Well, here’s your chance to write for us, and share some of your great ideas with thousands of people. Don’t hesitate to share your content ideas and if we like them we’ll provide your personal brand with much exposure. Read on for instructions on how to get started guest posting!… Read More>>

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Discover the brand new upgrades that we have been building at HashChing for the last few months.
By taking into account what users really wanted we were manage to create a seamless re-design and
user experience on the HashChing website. Connect to brokers in UNDER 3 seconds. Save your application for later,
make use of the advanced filtering options to find the ideal mortgage broker for you (or let our proprietary system match
you with one automatically).

You’ll find the main list of 5 special upgrades inside.. Don’t hesitate to be seamless and…. … Read More>>

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8 popular types of home loans

Which home loan is right for you? Searching for your dream home in Australia? If yes, chances are you are also looking for the right mortgage product to finance your home!     Yes, most homebuyers cannot purchase a home without borrowing some money from the banks. But banks are not charitable institutions and charge… Read More>>

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top mortgage features you must look for

Top Mortgage Features You Must Look for When seeking a mortgage, homebuyers are usually on the lookout for a low interest rate, low fees, and flexible repayment terms. However, that’s not enough, say experts! “Finding the right mortgage could be tricky,” explains Nick, a mortgage broker. “There are several new lenders in the market offering… Read More>>

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why should you refinance your home loan?

In the competitive mortgage landscape of today, if you are paying anything more than three point something per cent on your home loan, you are possibly throwing away your hard-earned money at the banks, which you could have used otherwise. Yet, many Australian homeowners avoid refinancing their home loans – considering the process to be… Read More>>

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how to avoid a monster mortgage

How to avoid a monster mortgage: Only buy what you can afford Buying a house is one of the most significant investments you are going to make, emotionally and financially. And, despite the recent fall in property prices, a home in any of the Australian capital cities does not come cheap. According to the latest… Read More>>