Property Investors - do you still have an interest-only loan?
Banks have significantly raised rates for Interest Only Loans, so you may now be much better off with a principal &...Read more
The Commonwealth Bank is changing the way the redraw facility works on their owner occupier and investment home loans. Some of our clients are struggling to understand the changes and...Read more
This is what happens if you don't balance your weight to the front of your caravan
Revealed: The BEST Caravan Destination in Australia
A few weeks ago we revealed some of our favourite caravan spots in WA.
Some of our clients suggested what about further afield?
So here they...Read more
Buying a property can be stressful enough without the worry and inconvenience of having to research a home loan, spend time on the phone talking to banks, then reading through...Read more
It's no secret that our great state of Western Australia contains some of the most beautiful landscapes in this country!
From stunning beaches to our rugged bushland, it really is a...Read more
Are you happy with your current interest rate? If you are, fantastic, well done!
But if you’re thinking:
“I’m not really sure anymore. Rates have changed so much lately.” “Well...Read more
Sounds rather surprising, doesn’t it?
The news regularly reports that the “Big Four” are declaring billions of dollars in profit and a chunk of that is coming from “Mum and Dad”...Read more
On the 16th of May, I was very fortunate to play in a charity event for Robbies Roar, hosted by the Commonwealth Bank. A little bit below about Robbie
"On the...Read more
What's changing? From Monday 22 May 2017 the following changes apply. Reduced discounts for new Owner Occupied / Investment Home Loans with Interest Only payments
From 1 July 2017, those with overdue tax debts will be disclosed to credit reporting agencies. The impact this could have on your clients is not only that obtaining...Read more
You don't have to go to one builder or one agent for your dream home, you can create it yourself, here is how.
Understanding what redraw is and how you can put extra money into your loan and redraw ( take it back)
Understanding how the bank charge Mortgage Insurance, can be complicated and confusing, this short video explains it
Top tips when buying your new home
1. Do your homework
It’s a good idea to know how much you can borrow before the search begins. Be mindful of the hidden expenses...Read more
Things to consider when choosing a loan
Deciding what type of home loan to choose will depend on your personal circumstances.
Whether you use a mortgage broker to write the loan or...Read more