Aussies Choosing Mortgage Brokers Over Banks

Why 59.1% of Aussies are choosing mortgage brokers over banks! You may have noticed the Australian finance sector has been in the spotlight for the last 12 months due to the Royal Commission (RC) into the banking, superannuation and financial services industry. If you’re feeling confused about what it all means you’re not alone – … Continued

First Home Buyers Take the Lead!

You couldn’t miss the recent month’s press coverage on the cooling Australian market. According to leading property experts, first home buyers are the cheeriest of them all 1 . We are seeing the highest level of first home buyers (FHBs) since 2010 2 . It seems some FHBs are now feeling more confident to spring … Continued

Spend Big but reduce your costs

Your choice on how to pay for these items can impact your future financial state. All of us will go through some momentous events throughout our lifetime, many of which will cost a small (or large!) fortune. Isn’t it ironic that many of life’s most exciting occasions can be the most stressful and expensive?Working out … Continued

Turn your financial stress around NOW!

You are not alone if you worry about your financial situation… A recent Household Financial Comfort Report1 stated 30% of households felt their financial situation worsened in the past year. And that’s a worry considering we are and have been for two years now, in the lowest interest rate period in history. How do you … Continued

The top 7 things a new home buyer needs to know

1. Bigger deposit, better position While some lenders can offer low-deposit loans for less than 5 percent of the purchase price, saving around 20 percent can offer you big benefits: Access to a wider pool of lenders and products You need to borrow less money overall It’s a clear sign to potential lenders that you’re … Continued

Never refinanced?

A recent survey of Australian mortgage holders found 45% had NEVER refinanced their home1. The report also found customers who DID refinance saved an average of $240 per month ($2,880 pa) by refinancing a 30 year loan.