Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership September 30, 2016

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

  • Capital city prices too much for single income Australians
    House prices have moved out of reach of average single income … but two capital cities according to research from an online home loan comparison portal. … to comfortably fund a mortgage on a median-priced house, Arnold said.
  • Capital city prices too much for single income Australians
    House prices have moved out of reach of average single income Australians in all but two capital cities according to research from an online home loan comparison portal.
  • Palm Beach’s Craig Rossie estate hits the market for the first time in 52 years
    The Palm Beach beachfront residence Craig Rossie is up for grabs for the first time in more than half a century for $6.5 million.
    The north-facing beachfront estate was built in 1936 for grocery chain store ownerAndrewDerrin, and notably purchased in 1960 by World War II fighter pilot-turn-authorPaulBrickhill, who at the time was riding high on the success of his classic book-turn-movie The Great Escape.
    FollowingBrickhillsdivo…
  • Different ways to save for your first home deposit
    Saving money for a home deposit seems like a painful proposition when youre just scraping by. But when you examine your spending patterns, you might be in for a shock. Most people dont realise how much money they waste on things they dont really need….
  • Bendigo and Adelaide Bank sweet on loan deal
    … announced on Thursday it was buying a $1.4 billion mortgage portfolio from … must meet Keystart’s rigorous serviceability criteria for home ownership. … house prices have fallen more than 10 per cent since their peak last year.
  • 6 tips for refinancing to invest sooner
    A bank will only offer you their home loan products whereas a mortgage broker will be able to offer you different loans from a range of lenders.
  • Bendigo buys $1.35b in WA home loan debt
    Bendigo and Adelaide Bank will buy $1.35 billion of mortgage debt from the West Australian government as it looks to expand its business outside the…
  • Broker commissions total more than $1.1bn
    Total commissions paid to mortgage brokers in Australia pushed past $1.1bn in the year to August thanks to growing broker market share, rising loan values and tweaks to commission structures

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