Neither variable nor fixed home loans are perfect. That’s why you can choose a split rate home loan, to get the best of both worlds.
A house is likely to be the most expensive purchase most you’ll ever make, and not many people can afford to buy one with cold hard cash. That’s where home loans come into the picture.
With interest rates lower than ever and house prices expected to fall, now is a great time to think about buying a property.
While you may be repaying your home loan relatively easily right now, anything can happen, you may find yourself in a situation where you wish you had a home loan buffer to fall back on.
Submitting your tax return may feel like a chore, but for most of us, it comes with the sweet reward of an instant injection of cash into our bank accounts.
Renovating your home doesn’t need to cost you an arm and a leg if you’re savvy and know where to cut back and save. Here are our top five tips for renovating your home on a budget.
The term LVR is frequently mentioned when looking for a home loan, but what does it actually mean? We’re here to help you understand what it is, how it's calculated and why it’s so important.
Lenders often love to advertise low home loan interest rates, but comparison rates sometimes tell a different story. We explain what a comparison rate is, how it’s calculated, and why it matters when it comes to choosing your next home loan.
We're here to help walk you through the process of buying your first home, including when is the right time to get your foot in the property market, and which grants or schemes may be available to help you get there.