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Rent vs Buy? What’s The Better Option?

Rent Vs Buy Time to answer the age-old question – Rent Vs Buy. It is amazing that many people still rent despite the fact that in modern Australia, almost anyone that has a stable job has the opportunity to become a first home buyer. Often times, people assume themselves to be in a far worse […]

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Avoid a Bad Credit Rating

Credit Rating Explained Your credit rating is as important to your ability to borrow loans from banks, build equity, invest and do much more, as is your health to being accepted into a sporting team. While having a bad credit rating isn’t the end of your financial dreams, the fact is that if you get […]

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What last weekend's change of Government means for the Property Market

What last weekend’s change of Government means for the Property Market

Find out how the Property Market is affected by last weekend’s change of Government Government policy lies at the epicentre of all market activity in a modern nationstate. Based on their ideological persuasion, different Governments will approach the management of the various industries within the national economy in different ways. Australia’s mortgage industry has been […]

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Recent trends have indicated that people in their early to mid 20s are no longer the principle demographic to be purchasing a property for the first time in their lives. Young people these days tend to prefer waiting until their mid 30s before taking out their first home loan.

First Home Buyers and Age

Recent trends have indicated that people in their early to mid 20s are no longer the principal demographic to be purchasing a property for the first time in their lives. Young people these days tend to prefer waiting until their mid 30s before taking out their first home loan. Experts believe there is a variety […]

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