To fix or not to fix - that is the question. With record low interest rates across the board, it can be tempting to either fix your home loan, or go the variable route.
If you’re on a strict budget of less than $20,000, you’re probably going to have to buy a small or compact car - most likely a hatchback or a small SUV.
Variable rates are… variable much like the name implies, which means they tend to change quite a bit. So how often is ‘quite a bit’ and why do they change?
Home loans can vary greatly when it comes to conditions, features, repayments, and security. Similarly, potential borrowers also vary. It can sometimes be hard to choose the right home loan for your lifestyle, so we’ve put together an explainer on what sort of home loan may be right for you.
When you’re buying a new car, don’t just look at the price tag. Owning a car comes with a lot of extra (often expensive) costs that you need to consider too. Here are the running costs of a car.
When you think of ‘buying an investment property’ most people would think of buying a separate one, whether that’s as a rentvestor when buying your first home or buying a second property and renting it out to help pay for your own mortgage repayments.