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When Is It Best to Apply for a Mortgage without Your Spouse?

Applying for a mortgage is a tough decision to make, especially when you have a spouse and/or kids. There are cases when in fact it’s best to apply for a mortgage on your own. We’ll tell you all there is to know about mortgages and what helps you get your application approved, or what could […]

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Why Should You Consider Refinancing Your Home Loan?

People take a home loan refinancing into consideration when they’re no longer satisfied with their actual home loan or when they want to make some house renovations.

Refinancing becomes a choice when your lending needs have changed or when your home loan is starting to pose difficulties.

A refinancing has lower interests rates

This is the main […]

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Fast Track Your Mortgage Repayment

Did you recently check the present status of your home loan and the progress you are making? If not, it is about time you did that. Why? Tracking your mortgage could genuinely help you to save a great amount of money while, at the same time, you can make your mortgage repayment increasingly faster.

This way, […]

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Avoiding Mortgage Defaults with Bad Credit Personal Loans

Sydney and Melbourne both have been marked to have a greater chance of mortgage defaults. Both capitals are noted to have been using a large percentage of their household income to pay off their mortgages and this indicates that they may be in trouble of having defaults on their mortgage. Moody’s Australian Housing Affordability Measure […]

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Should you access superannuation for buying a house?

It is every young family’s dream to buy a house to make into a home but with rising property prices, it is becoming more difficult for first home buyers to enter the market. A young family might not have much in the way of savings and it can seem impossible to come up with the […]

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Lock in Before Mortgage Rates Rise!

It’s time!!! If you have not locked in your fixed mortgage rate, now is the time. Economists have been predicting mortgage rates to rise in late 2015, but they are beginning to change their tune. Possibly rates will rise even sooner and that will raise the cost of variable rate loans. They now are saying […]

By |November 13th, 2014|Categories: Bad Credit Loans|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Lock in Before Mortgage Rates Rise!

Benefits of Second Mortgages

How do Second Mortgages Work?
Many people are familiar with the idea of a first mortgage on a property. The idea is fairly straight forward. You take out a loan which is secured by a particular property. It serves as collateral which reduces the risk for the creditor and makes it more likely that the property owner will get the loan. However, fewer people are familiar with the idea of a second mortgage. This is unfortunate because this type of financial agreement can offer some real benefits.

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By |July 21st, 2014|Categories: Home Loans|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Benefits of Second Mortgages

4 Things to Do to Avoid Defaulting on Your Mortgage Repayment

If you have a current mortgage and you suddenly lost your job or your source of income, you surely are in trouble. Aside from making ends meet for your daily necessities, you have to find ways to continue repaying your home loan. That will be a big challenge especially if you are certain you cannot afford to shoulder your monthly mortgage repayment anymore.

It is a must to avoid falling into a default. Aside from possibly being evicted from your own home, you will not like its long-term effect on your credit history. Try to prevent it from happening. Here are four effective ways to do so. […]

By |October 16th, 2012|Categories: Home Loans|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on 4 Things to Do to Avoid Defaulting on Your Mortgage Repayment

First Mortgages No Longer for the Young

More Australians are buying houses later in their lives.
As a new mortgage survey suggests, a new social trend is emerging in the mortgage market. The survey found, “37% people looking to purchase their first home in the next five years will be over the age of 40”, jumping 28% from last year.

This new trend signifies a shift in the way people are using and spending their money. With the current climate of inflation and rising living costs, people can no longer afford to fund mortgage repayments earlier in life. As Mortgage Choice Survey Spokesperson Kirsty Sheppard explains, people are focussing on other life goals such as career and travel, before entering the property market. […]

By |May 24th, 2011|Categories: First Home Buyer|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on First Mortgages No Longer for the Young

IMF Declares Australian Banks Won’t Collapse Under Subprime

Fears of Australia’s economy going into recession as a result of the US housing price collapse may be unfounded.
According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), banks are not in danger of going belly-up, with Australian house prices only “moderately” overvalued.

As the IMF says “The results do not produce evidence of a significant over evaluation of house prices”.

Australians can sigh a breathe of relief over the news that puts our economy in relative safety, given the current global credit crisis. […]

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