With interest rates remaining at record lows and likely to stay that way for at least a few more years, it’s understandable if you are a mortgage holder that you can become complacent about your home loan.
When you are applying for any form of finance these days it pays to be completely honest with lenders about your credit and employment history and spending habits.
When something looks too good to be true, it usually is.
When the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of the world a year ago, its potential economic impact could have been devastating for property owners.
Despite being in the middle of a worldwide pandemic which has helped cause soaring unemployment, housing markets in Australia have so far proven resilient.
Get ready for a Cup day cut.
Could your visit to the ATM impact your loan application?
The holiday is over for many home borrowers impacted by COVID-19.
Now is the time to be putting some pressure on your lender about getting a better deal on your home loan.
During these unprecedented and challenging times, we need to look out for one another and do whatever we can to help those who need it.
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.
Millions of Australians have never experienced a recession, and some may not even know the meaning of the word.
It never pays to be complacent when it comes to your finances.
As we enter a new decade, it seems the only certainty about the Australian economy during 2020 will be continuing uncertainty.
Well if 2019 was anything, it certainly wasn’t uneventful.
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