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5 Things to Consider Before Buying a House in Australia

| February 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Buying your first home is a major milestone, more so if you’re a migrant and you’re looking to buy a house in Australia. If you’re at this stage in your life, congratulations. I can only imagine the amount of work and discipline it took to get to this point, so job well done indeed. Now, […]

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How The Commercial Construction Industry Has Evolved Over The Past 25 Years

| May 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Just like any field, the amount of changes in the construction industry over the past 25 years have been phenomenal. The buildings we are able to build and the technological and design developments we have made are nothing short of spectacular. We’ve put together 5 key ways that the commercial construction industry has evolved over […]

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Attention Home Buyers: Pros vs. Cons for a Self-Managed Superfund

| September 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Self-managed super funds (SMSF) are self-managed superannuation accounts that can be used to finance property investment. Superannuation accounts are trusts set up as retirement funds. Australian Government rules to SMSF structure, process, and tax rules affect lending strategies, as well as guidelines to the formation and control of super fund trusts, including trustee membership […]

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Low doc loans for self employed persons-Hassle free Finance

| March 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

The fundamental purpose of low doc loans is to speed up the mortgage process by requiring little or no documentation on behalf of an applicant. Self employed applicants in particular are benefited by these loan schemes as they hardly have any documentation to support the facts that you state regarding the monthly income, financial stability etc. However, […]

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Factors responsible for bad credit history & remedies

| January 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Having a bad/impaired credit history can seriously dent an investor’s chances of securing credit for future investments. Regular loan providers always prefer handing out loans to people with sound and clear credit history, and for obvious reasons. Credit lending is a very risky business and any loan sanctioned to the investor with bad credit history […]

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Negative gearing -Short simple example

| June 19, 2012 | 4 Comments

Negative gearing in action

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5 Ways to Improve the Value of Your Property Without Spending too Much Money

| January 3, 2011 | 7 Comments

There are many small improvements that can be made to a property to increase its value tremendously! Here are five great ideas.

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First home buyer Pitfalls and risks

| August 13, 2010 | 8 Comments

The rush is on around the nation for first home buyers. At the moment the State Governments vary, but the Federal Government, the FHB grant is $7,000. You get an extra $7,000 FHB boost if you’re buying an established home and then you get an extra $14,000 if you’re buying brand new. The great Aussie […]

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westpac to increase the fixed mortgage rates

| July 31, 2009 | 0 Comments

Australia’s second largest home loan lender Westpac Banking Corporation will increase its fixed mortgage rates because it says the cost of funding has risen. Westpac Bank has announced it is increasing its fixed mortgage rates Westpac will increase its one-year fixed home loan rate by 10 basis points to 5.59 per cent on Tuesday, August […]

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