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Unusual Employment and Income Situations

12.09.2015 · Posted in Loan

An increasing number of people are choosing flexible working opportunities with their employers, as it enables them to successfully combine both their lifestyle arrangements and their family commitments. However, many have found that when it comes to visiting their local bank branches while looking for a home loan, car and truck loan or even equipment ...

Why Spring is Known as the Mortgage Season?

10.22.2015 · Posted in Mortgage

Are you one of the many Australians who have heard the expression – “spring is the mortgage season”? Have you often asked yourself why? Traditionally, the period between September and November is the busiest time of the year for real estate agents and finance/mortgage brokers. As this is the time of the year when many ...

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How to know if Home Loan Refinance is a Good Decision for me?

08.01.2015 · Posted in Loan

If you are a home-owner, refinancing is something that can come along as either an opportunity or a necessity. But, whichever one it is, it is a big decision that will require a lot of thought and research. Many people are aware that refinancing is an option but are confused about: •Where to start; or ...

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Consolidating your Debt is the Best Solution to your Debt Problem

07.04.2015 · Posted in Debt

Are your debts getting out of control? Are you unable to manage your multiple debts? If your debt is giving you sleepless nights, it is important to seek help quickly. Remember, ignoring your debts won’t make them go away. It will only make things worse. If you are in debt, here is a list of ...

Manage your Finances before obtaining Discount on Owner-Occupied Home Loans

06.01.2015 · Posted in Loan

The Australian Prudential Regulating Authority (APRA) has warned Authorised Deposit Taking Institutions (ADIs) including banks to slow their investor lending growth to less than 10 percent a year. APRA has also advised that this is a benchmark, not a cap. This decision by APRA is seen as a “boon” for home owners (also known as ...