Your 20s may be a time of freedom. You just moved out of home, got a good job and enjoying all that life has to offer. The future is bright and optimistic and the joys of being fully independent can be exhilarating and daunting at the same time. Your 20s is the perfect time to […]
In testing your “capacity to repay” a loan, literally how much you can afford to borrow, lenders look at many, many factors – one of which is your other liabilities and credit cards play a big and variable part in this. Most of us have one or two of these brilliant tools – excellent for […]
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With interest rates at historical lows and subdued growth from the Australian stock market many Australians are turning to property as an investment alternative. If you are a first timer in the property market, have a look at this post.
Are you thinking about heading to an auction or open house this weekend? Before you sign on any dotted line, make sure you understand the processes involved in purchasing a property. The consequences of being unprepared can be time consuming and costly.
When selecting an investment property, investors need to be able to analyse a property through the eyes of a landlord and analyse at the facts and figures. To avoid buying a property based on emotions, check out this post for tools to help you make a winning purchase.