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What to Expect for the 2019 Melbourne Real Estate Market

Melbourne’s property market looks to continue in the same direction for 2019, with another year of modest price falls, red tape on borrowing money and a continuing rise of housing developments appearing in the outer Melbourne suburbs. Experts are hoping the city’s surging population will put a floor under the declines as more new residents

Financial

To Fix Your Interest Rate or Not to Fix

A fixed rate home loan means your loan repayments will be charged at the same interest rate for a given period, generally this time frame is 1 – 5 years, but longer fixed rate terms do exist. After this period, the rate will revert to a variable rate, unless you enter into another fixed-term contract.

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8 Ways to Slash Your Property Tax Bill Before the End of Financial Year

The end of financial year can bring a bit of stress to new investors, after all simply mistakes can be costly and trusting the wrong person can leave you with a bad taste in your mouth. With a few years of experience and the right guidance, this stress will become a thing of the past

Financial

Lining up Your Ducks Before You Buy a Second Property

Selling your home and buying again comes with a host of costs and headaches, including the potential drama of juggling two loans and trying to match up settlement dates. Plus, there are fees such as stamp duty and agent’s selling commission. Save time, stress and awkward interactions by putting together a comprehensive budget and to-do-list;

Financial

Using Home Equity for an Investment Property

If you’ve owned your home for a number of years you most likely have gained home equity – that’s the difference between the property’s market value and the balance of your home loan. What this means to you is there’s a whole stash of cash just waiting to be tapped into either through a home

Investors

Do you need Landlord Insurance?

When leasing out any property risks must be considered. We recommend that any person to avoid unnecessary exposure research and invest into the best comprehensive landlords insurance policy. The areas we specifically recommend that landlords or people new to the investment property game note include:  Loss of rent cover – Specifically how long does the

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