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How to Successfully Get an Affordable Second Mortgage

Are you planning to increase your overall borrowings, but you have an existing mortgage? The easiest approach is to refinance it for a higher amount. By getting an additional mortgage on your mortgaged property, you are not only increasing your borrowing power—but you can use the extra money for your other needs. But, one of […]

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Is Bad Credit Refinance Home Loan Right For Me?

Learn the criteria for determining whether to refinance or not.

The refinancing process can be daunting and confusing. It can also make or break your finances. So, before you get caught up in a pile of debt that you have to pay for a very long time, take time to study the costs associated with bad […]

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What Is A Caveat Loan And Is It Better Than Refinance?

If you have a first mortgage on your house and you obtained a caveat loan, it works as a second security. The caveat would be in your title, and will only be removed when you have fully paid the loan. Simply put, a caveat loan is like a second mortgage, where the loan is secured […]

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Refinancing Guide for the Self-Employed Aussie

Being self-employed means that you’re going to have to put in a little more effort into finding the right refinancing solution for you. That’s exactly why we’ve put together a  refinancing guide to help you get a clearer picture of what you should pay attention to, how to choose a loan and most importantly, how […]

4 Important Considerations Before you Refinance Your Home

Are you planning to refinance your mortgage? If so, here are some important factors to consider before getting a new loan.
What is your purpose for refinancing?
Refinancing is a type of debt you will get. So, it is important to determine the whys and wherefores before securing it.

People often decide to refinance their mortgages because of […]

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Refinancing Analysed: Pros and Cons

Refinancing can be a convenient option in many cases, regardless if you are hoping to get a better interest rate or attempting to consolidate your existing debts. However, it can prove to be pretty tricky in the long run, which is why you may want to learn everything about the refinancing pros and cons.

This option […]

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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NSW Tops Home Loan Default List

As the unemployment rate in Australia continues to rise, up to 1 in 16 homeowners are defaulting on their home loans. Of the top 20 postcodes where mortgages are more than one month in arrears, 19 postcodes are in NSW, data obtained by The Daily Telegraph reveals.
An analysis by the UWS’s Urban Research Centre has found that areas along the M4, Windsor Rd and Canterbury Rd, as well as the Central Coast, are feeling the impact of the alarming recession. The hardest hit is the area around Fairfield and Liverpool, where the latest figures show that the unemployment rate has jumped to 10.5% (the highest it has been since 2001).

The top areas in NSW for defaulting on home loans is Nelson Bay, followed by Raymond Terrace, Katoomba, Greenacre, Guilford, Fairfield, Cessnock and St Marys. […]

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Home Loan Stress from Interest Rates Hike

As some of the big banks have raised their interest rates higher than the Reserve Bank, many Australians are looking for a way to defuse their mortgage stress.

By refusing to pass on all interest-rate reductions, inflating the Reserve Bank’s increases or adding hikes of their own, the banks have widened the gap between the cash rate and their key interest rates by as much as 1%.

If you’re struggling with home loan repayments you may want to consider refinancing your home loan. Refinancing can allow you to access cheaper interest rates or even unlock the equity in your home to renovate, buy an investment property or consolidate debt. The Australian Lending Centre has years of experience helping people to refinance to achieve these goals.

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Now is the Time to Refinance

After the RBA’s decision this week not to increase interest rates at present – home owners should consider refinancing right now.
Refinancing your home loan can allow you to access cheaper interest rates or even unlock the equity in your home to renovate, buy an investment property or consolidate debt.

Some of the advantages of refinancing a loan include:

Lower monthly repayments when you refinance
The ability to pay off multiple debts through refinancing schemes
Reduced risk by changing from a variable rate to a fixed rate when you refinance
Access to cash to cover major expenses when you refinance

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