Public transport can have a large impact on capital growth and the resale of your property, so even though you might not use it yourself - it is definitely not an element to be overlooked.
How do house and land packages work?
Find out what the 'house and land' phenomena is all about, and see whether this popular new option is worth considering.
6 observations you might want to make before buying a home
There's a lot to think about before buying a home, and it's easy to let your heart rule your head. Consider these 6 practical points before you sign on the dotted line.
Helpful hints for boosting your tax return
In the blink of an eye, it's tax time again. With so many tax deductibles, many of us don't claim all that we should. So, what CAN you claim on your tax return?
How does the Reserve Bank of Australia affect my mortgage?
Who and what is the RBA and why do they have such an impact on your mortgage? Find out why here.
What is stamp duty?
Simply put, stamp duty is a tax imposed on acquisitions (things that are acquired), for example, homes, cars, physical chattel etc. Historically these stamps were placed on cheques...
Two incomes are better than one
Teaming up with a family member or friend can be a brilliant way to break into the property market, but at what cost?
5 things to look for in an investment property
Investing in property can be a fantastic means of strengthening your financial position and generating wealth. However, when undertaken without the proper research, knowledge, and general understanding of the property market - the fallout can be disastrous. Thus, we have compiled...
Should I split my mortgage?
Torn about what to do with your home loan? While fixing your home loan can offer you security and stability, opting for a variable rate can let you take advantage of interest rate drops. If only we could have the best of both worlds...
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How to handle rejection
So you applied for a home loan. You waited anxiously for a week while the lender scoured your credit file, your pay slips, your bank statements and your loan documents, only for them to come back with a shake of the head and a big red 'X' on your application (figuratively speaking of course....