Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- US consumer confidence hits five-month high; house prices rise
“Tight market conditions will drive house prices higher over the remainder of the year, although cautious appraisals and tougher mortgage lending…
- Homeowner's lawsuit says Wells Fargo charged improper mortgage fees
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A homeowner has filed a proposed class action lawsuit accusing Wells Fargo Co WFC.N of improperly charging…
- Don’t spend money on making your house ‘half-ugly’
Do not spend money on making an ugly house look better if it is still half-ugly.
Thats the advice of home makeover guru Cherie Barber who says it is a waste of time and money unless the entire front facade of a house is transformed.
Barber, who worked with a $10,000 budget to transform a Toongabbie home, in Sydneys west, on Friday nights episode of The Living Room ended up adding an extra $50,000 in value to the property….
- Quiet Aberfeldie’s appeal lies in the Maribyrnong river that runs through it
If you judge a suburb by its hard rubbish, Aberfeldie is a dud. In nearby Brunswick you can furnish a sharehouse from a serious hard rubbish session. A hunt through hard rubbish at Aberfieldie will probably only yield a fridge door and half a broken fence….
- Women making up for what they don’t have in super by investing in property: Property Council of Australia
An increasing number of women are making up for what they dont have in super by investing in property, a new report has revealed.
Today, a massive 47 per cent of Australians who own an investment property are women, an analysis of the latest Australian Tax Office data by the Property Council of Australia has found.
This might be surprising to many, but it shows that women know that they start off behind the eight ball when it comes to securing their futures,…
- Tears as young family finally secure a house of their own
Light and bright inside, the couple were attracted by the dual-living and the possibility of renting out one of the levels to help with the mortgage.
- David Koch: Impending housing market crash is ‘scaremongering’
The journalist and TV presenter went on to list four reasons why mortgage stress and the dreaded housing market crash are unfounded fears