Tag: Home loan

Comparing Home Loans: Things To Keep In Mind

Posted by on 9 January 2014

Investing in a new home or property will mean that you want to pay the lowest price achievable. However, even if you manage to secure a great price, you may not have the funds to immediately purchase in a property. When this happens, a home loan will be necessary.

Aside from being adapted for the payments associated with a home purchase, these loans can also be employed even after moving into a property. Renovations, refinancing, share purchases and business expenses are just some of the ways in which a home loan can be used. Although home loans are considerably fruitful for a multitude of reasons, any person seeking out this form of money management will need to outline the contract details, the cost, any additional options and also, learn how to compare the entire market.

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A Step-By-Step Guide To Home Loans

Posted by on 3 January 2014

Your first home will be one of the most thrilling – and definitely one of the biggest – purchases you’ll ever make. There are some things you need to take into consideration to ensure you don’t bite off more than you can chew.

How Much Can You Afford?

Before you start taking a look at all the properties in the real estate section of the paper and circling the ones you really like, it’s important to take stock of your financial well-being and find out how much you can afford to borrow for your home loan.

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5 Tips For Your First Home Loan

Posted by on 19 December 2013

Six in ten Australians hope to buy a property in the next five years, according to a home loan market study conducted by QBE Lenders Mortgage.

Twenty per cent of those plan to do so within the year.

West Australians were the most keen to enter the property market, followed by their NSW counterparts.

If you are hoping to dip a toe into the property world, here five things you should keep in mind when you apply for your first home loan.

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Most Borrowers Not Happy With Their Banks, Survey Says

Posted by on 8 December 2013

81 per cent of mortgage holders would switch or consider switching if they found another bank with a better interest rate, the results of a recent survey show. The study, carried out by home loan provider CUA, found that most borrowers simply were not satisfied with their current financial institution.

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No Deposit Home Loans

Posted by on 19 April 2013

Owning your home is quite often referred to in the media as the great Australian dream. Is home ownership still attainable if you don’t have enough funds saved for a full deposit?

Some home loan providers are giving potential owners the chance to step up the property ladder even if they have not saved enough money for a deposit.

Find out how.

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