Picture this - you've completed tertiary study and have entered the workforce. Suddenly five, six or seven years have gone by and you're wondering, "what next?".
There are pros and cons to each, and which one is right for you will depend on your unique lifestyle needs.
If you've been making mortgage repayments over a reasonable period of time, chances are you're in the swing of the routine.
As a homeowner, it's likely you might have other real estate-related goals on your agenda. From investing in a rental property through self managed super funds , becoming debt...
When you borrow money to buy a new home or make another investment by leveraging your property as collateral, the price of using these funds is called interest.
It's a common question on the lips of many Australian homeowners: "Should I pay off my debts or start saving?".
Whether you want to own your own home, an investment property or prepare for retirement, planning ahead is key.
What are the benefits to an interest only loan? Unlike a conventional loan where each loan repayment consists of both interest and principle (meaning your loan balance reduces...
Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI) is insurance taken out on loans that are classified as higher lending risk. LMI enables borrowers who might only have a small deposit or a weak...
You are in a better position to achieve financial goals if you have a dedicated savings plan.
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