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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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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Fourth major bank hikes Interest rates

Last major banks announces variable rate rises The last of the four major banks has decided to increase variable rates on owner occupied and investment home loans. ANZ by 0.18% NAB by 0.17% CBA by 0.15 % The Reserve Bank of Australia still has Interest rates at its lowers in decades at 2%. BUT with the Banks variable rates going up is it time to review your mortgage and see what options their is ? Please feel free to contact us if you want an obligation free review of your loan...
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FIRST MAC Bank – Product Update

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Commonwealth Bank Interest Rate Changes

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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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Property Investment: Houses or Units?

Should you invest your hard-earned cash in house on a quarter acre block, or a low-maintenance apartment in the city? It’s the age-old question that plagues property investors across the nation, and as is often the case when it comes to real estate, there is no clear-cut answer. “The question itself is not as simple as it sounds, as there are so many factors that determine profitability,” says Elisa Townsend from thefinanceteam.com.au. “When I look at a property for myself I tend to go ...
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Property Investment: 9 Key Tips for Increasing Returns

1. Good presentation is the key to maximising return on investment. A well presented property attracts interest and creates increased competition among prospective tenants, enhancing the prospects of a higher rental return. 2. First impressions are critical. A fresh, clean and cheery property arouses interest and creates the conditions for the best rent. 3. When a rental property becomes vacant it pays dividends to look at it through the eyes of a tenant and note anything that requires att...
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Tips: Attracting Top Tenants to your Rental Property

To attract quality tenants you need to offer a quality property. Here's a guide to considerations you need to make before you purchase your property, after you buy and during the tenant search. Purchasing a rental property First off: identify the type of renter you're hoping to attract and put yourself in their shoes. If you're hoping to attract students, look for property close to universities, colleges and transportation. If you're after families, then proximity of schools will play an imp...
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Bring Back the Haggle: 10 things you should never pay full price for

Consumers seem happy to haggle in foreign countries for knick-knacks and knock-offs, but real deals can be found right here on Australian soil. If you’re paying the sticker-price, you’re paying too much. Absolutely everything is up for negotiation – all you have to do is ask. Mortgage rates and fees Why it’s possible: Competition between banks and non-banks slowed during the GFC, but it didn’t die altogether. During the crisis, the major banks aggressively competed with each other f...
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Rental Management: Is your property manager choosing the best tenant?

If you’ve ever been to an open house for rental properties particularly in capital cities, you’ll know that it’s quite normal to see several dozen prospective tenants browsing one property.  It’s also not unusual to receive dozens of rental applications for each property. This is great news for landlords, as it means there’s plenty of demand. But here’s where problems can arise: often, the real estate representative showing the open home is not the same person who processes the application...
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Sounds like mortgage stress is on the rise in Australia

When you first take out a home loan, whether it's for your own home or as an investment, you start off with the expectation that you'll be able to make repayments relatively easily - whether that's from your salary or from rental income. Nobody deliberately (I hope!) takes on a mortgage that they're going to have trouble repaying. But then interest rates rise - like they've done pretty regularly here in the last year - and it's a little scary how quickly you can get out of your depth and start t...
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