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  • Bank loyalty is costing you more than you think

    Depending on your age, you may recall the good old days when loyalty was a positive attribute (relating to banking) and doing business with the same bank worked in your favour. Nowadays, this is no longer the case as maintaining a home loan with the same lender for many years is costing you, irrespective of how good the deal was when you first took out the mortgage. Read full Story

  • 7 reasons why P&I loans now make more sense

    As the saying goes, if you’re standing still, you’re going backwards. Up until 6 months ago, deciding on P&I or IO repayments was easy, as the interest rate was the same for either, and the repayment type didn’t impact your borrowing capacity. Today, it’s a very different story. Read full Story

  • Prioritise to improve your borrowing potential

    Knowing your financial priorities is now even more important when it comes to borrowing money, in fact it will be your secret weapon. Borrowing money is necessary (for most people) when buying a home or an investment property. The debt you take on, and the order which you do it in, will impact how much you can borrow and when. Read full Story

  • What’s more important, the interest rate or the repayment amount?

    Humans are driven by different priorities. When it comes to borrowing money, some people are focused on the interest rate, some are focused on the repayment amount, whilst others care less about either and just want the cash to achieve their bigger picture. Read full Story

  • Why do you choose to invest in real estate?

    When an asset performs as strongly as property does, particularly in major capital cities like Melbourne and Sydney over the last few years, many people jump on the bandwagon. Some do it for strategic reasons, whilst others do it because every else is. Read full Story

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    • Bank loyalty is costing you more than you think

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    • 7 reasons why P&I loans now make more sense

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    • Prioritise to improve your borrowing potential

      > Read blog

    • What’s more important, the interest rate or the repayment amount?

      > Read blog

    • Why do you choose to invest in real estate?

      > Read blog