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Buying Property with Other People: Mine? Yours? Ours?

2017-06-22T11:46:43+00:00

When people buy property together, particularly if it’s with a partner or spouse, they often register the title in both people’s names – especially if they’re going to live in the property. But other arrangements are possible, several friends might opt to own individual shares in a property, for example, or a couple might [...]

Buying Property with Other People: Mine? Yours? Ours? 2017-06-22T11:46:43+00:00

Easy Ways to Brighten Up Your Home

2017-06-04T11:28:43+00:00

Most people want their home to be light, bright and airy, but sometimes the stars just don’t align and you can end up with rooms that are unavoidably dark – low on windows or facing away from the sun. With a few smart tricks (and clever renovations, if you’re up to the challenge) you [...]

Easy Ways to Brighten Up Your Home 2017-06-04T11:28:43+00:00

Overcapitalising – What is it and how to avoid it

2017-05-18T14:02:53+00:00

As a home owner or property investor, you may have heard the term ‘overcapitalising’. But what exactly is it and why is it considered bad? While adding a new deck or kitchen can increase the value and enjoyment of your property, overcapitalising can end up costing you more than you planned. Here’s a closer [...]

Overcapitalising – What is it and how to avoid it 2017-05-18T14:02:53+00:00

Top Options for Insulating Your Home

2017-05-12T10:06:39+00:00

Insulation can potentially save you big money on energy bills, keep your home comfortable and reduce your carbon footprint. It slows down the transfer of energy to and from your house, so it keeps winter warmth in and summer heat out. There are plenty of options for what to insulate, and what materials you [...]

Top Options for Insulating Your Home 2017-05-12T10:06:39+00:00

RBA Cash Rate and Mortgage Rates

2017-04-20T13:26:45+00:00

Once upon a time when the cash rate moved (up or down), most lenders would typically move their interest rate in alignment with the cash rate change. Have you noticed that when the cash rate moves up the lenders are quick to pounce on an increase and pass these increases on to us - [...]

RBA Cash Rate and Mortgage Rates 2017-04-20T13:26:45+00:00

Mortgage Offset Accounts: Making your Loan Work for You

2017-05-01T13:26:09+00:00

Savvy borrowers have an endgame in sight before they even apply for a home loan, and with the right mortgage offset account, they could win that game even more quickly. Home buyers usually focus on the here and now, not the distant future. Rather than the size of their loan balance in 10 or [...]

Mortgage Offset Accounts: Making your Loan Work for You 2017-05-01T13:26:09+00:00

How to Survive a Home Renovation with a Baby on the Way

2017-04-11T12:29:31+00:00

Starting a home renovation project while expecting: canny timing or a serious case of total insanity? Understand the pros and cons and then decide if this is the right move for you. It is all in the timing Your timeline is crucial – both of them. What is the deadline for delivery of your [...]

How to Survive a Home Renovation with a Baby on the Way 2017-04-11T12:29:31+00:00
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