Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Things to Remember When Buying a Home at Auction
Purchasing a home through auction can be exciting, but remember to keep your feet on the ground with these tips
- Software to help lenders offer competitive home mortgages
Faster mortgage turnaround seen with the use of data and analytics technology
- Matt Handbury lists Southern Highlands trophy for more than $10 million
MattHandburyand his wife ClareStrangare set to end the drought in Southern Highlands trophy listings with the launch of their Wattle Ridge property.
As one of the districtsbetter endowed luxury properties, it hits the market in time for the busy spring school holidays for in excess of$10 million.
The executive chairman of Murdoch Media and Rupert Murdochs nephew has listed it with Ken Jacobs, of Ch…
- Why Chinese property buyers are so interested in Australia
The pull of Australias lifestyle and education systemare not the only reasons Chinese buyers are heading here there are alsofactors pushing people and their dollarsthousands of kilometresfromhome.
Chinas former one-child policyand their highly pressurised education systemaredriving interest to Australia,according to an RMIT study.
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- New RBA chief tells half story on house prices
He concluded that home ownership as a middle class aspiration in Australia “is becoming a pipe dream” and “we are a nation that can no longer…
- How can Australian households get away with the biggest debts in the world?
It’s likely that house prices will continue rising in 2016, as improved affordability … Another unique feature of the Australian mortgage landscape, compared to the United States … Australia’s love affair with home ownership runs deep.
- Aggregator partners with home loan insurance provider
Aggregator Outsource Financial believes a new partnership with home loan protection insurance provider ALI Group is a beneficial move for both its broker network and their clients
- Mortgage arrears go against seasonal trends
Credit rating firm Fitch has described an increase in Australian mortgage arrears over the June 2016 quarter as surprising.