The Experts

How Coronavirus is impacting us all

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a once in a 100-year health crisis which has already smashed the Australian and global economies and changing life as we know it.

Harsher consequences needed for fake news

In a world that demands freedom of the press, why aren’t there more consequences for fake news?

Don’t panic about your finances during Coronavirus outbreak

In the last week we have had the first large scale market scare in over a decade.

Is Australia bound for a recession?

Millions of Australians have never experienced a recession, and some may not even know the meaning of the word.

Review your loans regularly

It never pays to be complacent when it comes to your finances.

Always consider the future when arranging your finances

Don't forget the future and possible changes.

Where is the economy heading?

As we enter a new decade, it seems the only certainty about the Australian economy during 2020 will be continuing uncertainty.

“You’ve been served!”: What it actually means

What the famous legal term actually entails in Australia.

2019 was an eventful year in the property world

Well if 2019 was anything, it certainly wasn’t uneventful.

Prepare for the future, but don’t ignore today

As far as I’m concerned, the aim of building wealth is to be able to provide us with the lifestyle that we choose, both now and into the future.

What to do with abandoned property

We regularly get enquiries about what someone can do if another person has abandoned property in someone else’s possession or on someone else’s property.

Why you need to be careful with debt consolidation

Debt consolidation can sound like a great idea. Roll all your liabilities – especially the credit cards and personal loans at high rates –...

Missing redraw

Earlier this month the Reserve Bank cut rates again - the third time since June - to a new all-time low of 0.75% as...

Front book or back book – what type of home loan do you have?

For most of us, we have no idea what a ‘front’ or ‘back’ book even is but get it wrong and it could be...

Pay bills on time to get a better home loan

Most know we have a credit file lenders access when making decisions to lend us money. What many don’t understand is how it works...

Putting the fun into buying your first home

Buying your first home can be daunting. It is often made more confusing by help and advice offered by well-meaning friends and family. One first...

Maximising your property valuation

Property valuations are a critical piece of the lending puzzle. Lower than expected valuations can mean not getting the amount you needed, higher interest, lenders...

Can someone with dementia make a Will?

We often get enquiries from people with family members who are in the twilight of their lives as to whether or not a person...

Beat the Christmas selling deadline

Daylight saving is upon us and with it a rapidly closing window to buy or sell a property in time for Christmas.

Interest rate cut is not good news for everyone

This week’s interest rate reduction of a quarter of a per cent has led to for the first time in our history an official...