Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Spotted and snapped up in a day: Drive-by encounter results in Mount Eliza dream home
Albert Bill was on his way home to Switzerland from a Christmas spent with his wife Yvonnes parents on the Victorias Mornington Peninsula when he hit the brakes on a Mount Eliza cliff-top.
A for-sale sign had caught his eye. The block overlooked Port Phillip Bay and contained a rundown little cottage.
- Outer suburbs feel loan stress
A breakdown of new figures from the 2016 Census reveals that despite easing house prices, large numbers of buyers are struggling under mortgage…
- How Australian architects balance old and new in heritage home renovations
Sydneyarchitect Luigi Rosselli uses words like sensitive, sympathetic, subtle and synergy when talking about transforming period or heritage houses….
- Domain enters mortgage broking game with Lendi
Fairfax Media’s Domain is entering the mortgage broking business in a joint … check on your home loan, your insurance, your connections, your Telstra package, … Mortgage broking is a $2 billion a year industry in Australia with the…
- Colonial homestead in New Zealand, abandoned by UK owners, looking for love
No-one is building houses like this anymore, which makes it all the more sad that this majestic homestead has been abandoned for the past six years.
The colonial beautyin Swannanoa, north Canterbury, New Zealand, known as Northwood, was last sold in 2011 to a family living in Britain. But due to changed personal circumstances, their dream plans for relocationfell through.
Now, they need to sell, says listing agent Mitchell Roberts of Harcourts Twiss-Keir Realty in Ch…
- Ex-RBA member John Edwards eyes eight rate rises
… The Australian under FOI laws concluded that a one-percentage-point increase in mortgage interest rates could wipe 13 per cent off house prices.
- Who wins with this outdated private health plan? The insurers
Energy prices are skyrocketing and house prices are at record levels. … they’re focused on the Great Australian Dream of home ownership: 60 per cent … financial priority was either paying off a mortgage or saving to buy a home.