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Why should I use a broker?

By far and away one of the most common questions I get asked by my clients; is there any benefit to arranging our finance through you instead of going straight to a bank?  In my mind, it’s one of the most important questions that should be asked because the outcomes from a good mortgage advisor […]


23 August 2014
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What To Do When Your Loan Is Declined

If you don’t receive approval don’t give up. Speak to a professional in the industry and keep your dream alive. Penny Holland* had found her dream home and made an offer, which was accepted. Now all she had to do was get her loan approved and she would be on her way to settlement. Penny […]


5 August 2014
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Taking property investment plans off hold

Property investment is becoming a popular wealth creation strategy for many homeowners who have created wealth through the value of their property increasing, generating rental income and reaping tax benefits.  Being uncertain about the practicalities of what’s involved, however, or being unfamiliar with the costs associated with this type of investment holds some homeowners back […]


Buying an already tenanted Investment Property

There are plenty of upsides to buying an investment property that already has a tenant, as well as a raft of risks. Here’s how to minimise them. Purchasing an investment property that already has a tenant means you collect rent from day one, with no vacant period and no lease fees to find a new […]


3 August 2014
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Home Purchase
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Could A Deposit Bond Be Your Solution To Securing A Property?

Before taking their property off the market, your vendor wants a deposit to ensure that you will settle, but your funds won’t be available until settlement. What do you do? Most vendors require property purchasers to pay a deposit ahead of settlement as a commitment to purchase the property. If a purchaser doesn’t have that […]

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