home loan saver

If you have a $ 500,000 loan on 5% and we refinance it to 3.54% you will save $ 427.00 per month in interest. Find out more @ http://www.1300whatloan.com/homeloansaver.html
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Late week surprise…….. Me Bank Lowers Interest Changes

Late week surprise Me Bank Lowers Interest Changes   Product Name Flexible Home Loan - 1 Year Fixed (Investment) Flexible Home Loan - 2 Year Fixed (Investment) Flexible Home Loan - 3 Year Fixed (Investment) Flexible Home Loan - 4 Year Fixed (Investment) Flexible Home Loan - 5 Year Fixed (Investment) Flexible Home Loan with Member Package - 1 Year Fixed (Investment) Flexible Home Loan with Member Package - 2 Year Fixed (Investment) Flexible Home Loan with Member Package ...
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AMP – owner occupied decreasing Homeloan Interest rates

Variable Rate Loans Special Offer - for loans with an Owner Occupied security AMP Essential Home Loan - owner occupied (up to and including 90% LVR) decreasing to 3.99% pa Professional Variable Rate Loan - owner occupied $750k+ & <= 80% LVR decreasing to 3.99% pa Professional Line of Credit owner occupied $750k+ and <= 80% LVR decreasing to 4.19% pa Special Offer Business Rules – Applies to new applications with an owner occupied security received from Monday 12 October 201...
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Negative Gearing in the Property Market

Negative gearing is commonly used throughout Australia as it provides individuals with an opportunity to make an investment that wouldn’t necessarily be afforded otherwise. Put simply, negative gearing is when an individual funds an investment using debt financing, and this is offset in individual tax returns. Read full article Source: ATB Partners
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BankWest bank increases Interest rates

Bankwest has just announced that it will lift its variable home loan rates. Bankwest today announced it will increase interest rates by 18basis points across its variable home loan portfolio, effective 17 November 2015. Is it time to review your Home Loan ? http://www.1300whatloan.com/news/bankwest-bank-increases-interest-rates
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FIRST MAC Bank – Product Update

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NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK Bank Interest Rate Changes

Bank Interest Rate Changes Base Variable Rate (Principal & Interest) Previous 4.28% Current 4.15% Change (%) -0.13%   http://www.1300whatloan.com/news/national-australia-bank-bank-interest-rate-changes  
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  ING Interest Rate Changes

Promotional interest rate drop to 3.99% p.aING DIRECT announced enhancements to the current Orange Advantage interest rate promotion, dropping the variable interest rate to 3.99% p.a. (comparison rate 4.19% p.a.) and removing the loan amount threshold of $500,000.They also have our 1% cash back on monthly mortgage repayments of up to $3,000 promotion. All that is required is for customers to: Hold an Orange Advantage Home Loan and an Orange Everyday account Deposit their salary of $1,000 or ...
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The same day the RBA leaves rates alone at 2%. What has your bank do?

 The same day the RBA leaves rates alone at 2%. What has your bank do?  http://www.1300whatloan.com/news/same-day-the-rba-leaves-rates-alone-what-has-your-bank-do “1300WHATLOAN - Keeping you up-to-date with all Lender Changes and Product News”
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Amp bank Interest Rate Changes

From Monday 31 August 2015 the following variable rate special offers available for new business applications: AMP Essential Home Loan Variable Rate 4.09% pa (4.11% pa comparison rate*) Basic Package Variable Rate 4.19% pa (4.23% pa comparison rate*) 2 Year Basic Fixed Rate of only 4.18% pa (4.23% pa comparison rate*). Special rate offers are only for owner occupied loan applications received from 31 August 2015 to 30 November 2015.
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Overseas Buyers Creating ‘Seismic Changes’

A Federal Government proposal to charge foreign buyers application fees each time they buy property in Australia is ‘tickling around the edges’ - and it won’t tackle the ‘seismic’ changes in Melbourne’s housing market. Mal James of James Buyer Advocates in Melbourne says 50 to 75 per cent of properties on the books of some real estate agents are now being sold to overseas buyers. He says the latest Government proposal won’t slow the influx of international buyers snapping up properties in Mel...
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First Home Owner Grants not the answer

First Home Owner Grants are inadequate to address the barriers to home ownership, Adelaide Bank’s Damian Percy has stated. Loan Market COO Dean Rushton this week called for the $7,000 First Home Owner Grant to be increased, However, Percy, Adelaide's general manager of third party lending, has told Australian BrokerNews increasing the FHOG will do little to ease affordability concerns for first home buyers. "I’ve always considered it a mistake to attempt to address issues facing FHBs by pr...
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Could one Small Mistake Cost you a Home Loan

Did you know that just one forgotten electricity bill or unpaid mobile phone invoice could make or break your home loan application? Did you also know that an unpaid bill of just $100 or more can smear your credit file for up to seven years?   The fact is, it doesn't take much for your credit file to end up with a black mark against it.   Kristy Sheppard confirms that Mortgage Choice's home loan advisors meet with would-be borrowers on a daily basis, who are shocked to learn that their credi...
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Six ways to Devalue your Property

Did you know that your dodgy next-door neighbours could substantially decrease the value of your property? Bad smells, hasty renovations and noisy neighbours can all serve to lower the value of your home, according to Nicole Marsh, Licensed Buyers Agent from Eureka Property on the Gold Coast, while letting your property fall into a state of disrepair is another quick way to shrink its value. Here, Marsh outlines a few key features that can drag down your home’s value and ultimately, the sale ...
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No rate rise; Choice says change banks

Since today is the first Tuesday of the month, the Reserve Bank met again and made a decision on whether or not to raise interest rates. And the verdict is good for us mortgage holders - the official cash rate has remained on hold which means it is unlikely that any banks will increase their interest rates. And since there is no meeting held in January, that means we know where we stand with home loan repayments until at least February 2011. The Reserve Bank board statement made it clear that...
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