Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Majority of investors make sacrifices to buy property
… order to afford property, according to Mortgage Choice’s latest Investor Survey. … in order to buy property, said John Flavell, CEO of Mortgage Choice. … your current financial circumstances and source the best home loan for your…
- The long-suffering Qld towns that could be the next property hotspots
- Billionaire Brett Blundy’s Hawkesbury River weekender sells for $18 million
Billionaire Brett Blundy has finally sold his Hawkesbury River property, Sweven, ending a four-year sales campaign that started with $20 million hopes.
The price is understood to be subject to strict confidentiality agreements, but property data websitePricefinder has an $18.75 million notification on the sale. Settlement will confirm that result.
At that level the sale sets a Hawkesbury River record for a residential sale by an extra $10 million, smashing the $7.3 million…
- Developer Tim Gurner speaks out about smashed avo and beating the unit oversupply
Three months on from worldwide controversy brought on by comments he made on 60 Minutes, now infamous developer Tim Gurner says he doesnt regret claiming millennials cant afford houses because they buy smashed avocado for 19 bucksand four coffees at $4 each.…
- 5 strategies for going on a financial diet
Refinancing is a great way to save money, particularly on long-term products like a personal loan or a home loan. On a $350,000 loan, with 5.5%…
- Dick Smith's anti-immigration message has potential to damage the economy
Those politicians, like Mr Smith, link population growth to urban congestion, soaring house prices or the threat of terrorism. And because their…
- More investors sacrificing lifestyle to buy property
According to Mortgage Choice’s Investor Survey, 71 per cent of property investors had to make lifestyle sacrifices so they could buy residential…
- ACCC begins its assessment of the Big Five
The competition regulator has issued compulsory notices to the banks, ordering them to gather info on how they set interest rates on residential mortgage products
- CBA to refund customers $10m worth of insurance
Many of the banks home loan borrowers were signed up for consumer credit insurance without their permission
- Broker loans almost reach $50bn mark
The latest quarterly industry statistics show brokers writing record numbers of residential home loans across the country