Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership October 9, 2017

Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.

  • What did Bloomie expose in its Crapstralia series?
    At other times, low interest rates and easy credit boost house prices, … And home ownership among young Australians is the lowest on record as … a lack of supply and a tax system that favors property investors, home prices have…
  • Singer Colin Hay on how his family home inspired him
    The singer, best known from Men At Work, is happiest in his home basement studio.
    What is your strongest memory of your childhood home?
    We lived behind and above the music shop that my parents owned in south-west Scotland. Sometimes my father and I would play records after hours. Thats a strong memory, that, and the smell of French polish, used on the pianos.
    What do you recall about buying your first home?</stro…
  • How to earn two incomes from one property
    In fact, the rent would more than cover your mortgage payments. … This surplus cash is then funnelled onto the existing home loan along with any tax…
  • Ubank recruits Genero creatives for animated campaign
    The digital only bank’s newest campaign aims to challenge Australian perceptions of the home loan process and celebrate UBank’s point of difference.
  • REA-NAB launch homes and loans tie-up service
    If it’s the first time you’re taking out a home loan, or maybe you haven’t done it in … Ms Fellows doubts whether Domain’s announcement to team up with mortgage vendor Lendi would be as integrated as REA’s partnership with NAB.
  • What it’s like bringing Brisbane’s top architect’s designs to life
    Rob Gray of Graya Constructionregularly brings to life designs done by Brisbanes leading architects, a job thats become his driving passion in life.
    I absolutely love it, I actually get bored if its not a beautiful house now, he said. Its actually addictive.
    His latest labour of love is <a href="http://www.grayaconstruction.com.au/index.php/20…
  • Breaking down the housing affordability crisis
    Young adults have been effectively locked out of Sydney and Melbournes housing markets and many pensioners are retiring with mortgage debt

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