Posts categorised as 'News'

11/07/2019

Housing affordability the best it’s been since 1999: HIA

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Great news for home buyers – housing affordability is the best it’s been since 1999, according to new data released by the nation’s peak housing and building body. That’s right – housing affordability is comparable to the days when the Y2K bug had us fearing for our lives, Nokia Snake was the pinnacle of mobile Read More

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08/07/2019

What the cash rate cuts mean for other areas of your finance.

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Whenever the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) changes the official cash rate we all hear about how it will impact home loans. But it affects many other areas of finance and the economy, which we’ll look into today. The RBA has cut the official cash rate to a new record low of 1%, just one Read More

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27/06/2019

Granny flat could boost your property value by 30%

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Backyard cricket pitch not getting much of a workout these days? Sick of your weekends being taken up with mowing and gardening? Installing a granny flat could be a lucrative solution – boosting the value of your home by 30% and adding around 27% to rental income. That’s according to a combined analysis by CoreLogic Read More

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13/06/2019

Is the housing market finally about to reach rock bottom?

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‘Are we there yet?’ That seems to be the million dollar question on everyone’s lips. Today we’ll take a look at whether or not the property market is finally starting to stabilise, as well as when we might start seeing some positive changes in the market. Shhh. Can you hear it? It’s the sound of Read More

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06/06/2019

Getting hounded by ATO impersonators? Don’t get scammed this tax season

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Tax time is just around the corner, which means ATO impersonators are pulling out their bag of tricks to try and scam you. Here are the main scams currently doing the rounds. It’s fair to say that no one likes getting on the wrong side of the ATO. And this is one of the main Read More

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04/06/2019

Will lenders pass on the RBA rate cut to you?

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The RBA has cut the official cash rate to a new record low of 1.25%. But hang on a sec… Will lenders even pass on the cut in full? Today we’ll look at how you can make the RBA rate cut work for you. The Reserve Bank has cut interest rates to 1.25% – down Read More

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30/05/2019

Your home is not perfect: the value of pest and building inspections

First home buyers Mums and dads News

They say that home is where the heart is. And it’s true that we spend so much of our time, money and emotions in our homes. So it can be hard to truly look at them and think that something could be wrong. But when you’re selling your home, or looking to rent it out Read More

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23/05/2019

What the re-elected Coalition government has promised

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No doubt, like most, you’re suffering from a bit of election fatigue. But stick with us – here’s one last article that explains what you can expect from the 46th parliament of Australia. With the Coalition securing enough seats to form a majority Morrison government, this week we thought we’d recap a number of key Read More

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16/05/2019

How the new govt scheme could give you a head start on property.

First home buyers Mums and dads News

Did you know that it takes four to seven years for the average household to save a 20% deposit for their first home and avoid paying lender’s mortgage insurance? However, a new scheme promises to drastically reduce that time by dropping the required deposit to just 5%. As you may have seen, the Coalition government Read More

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13/05/2019

Found an account transaction error? Don’t foot the bill.

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Most of us have found ourselves in a sticky situation where we’ve spotted an unauthorised or mistaken transaction on our bank account or credit card statement. Here’s how to avoid footing the bill. The average Australian makes about 480 electronic transactions each year – and that number is rising quickly. Amongst these daily transactions, both Read More

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