Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- Carlton: Where the same street can be home to the cheapest and priciest property
As characterful as it is, the pre-auction sale a fortnight ago of a one-bedroom, single-fronted Carlton Victorian cottage for $1.47 million left even the seasoned local realtors bemused….
- Let there be luxury: Prestige rental deals open the door to Australia’s most expensive homes
When high-end homes need well-heeled temporary tenants, Thomas Ormerod is happy to make sure his company, Luxico, can provide any service on demand, whether its a teddy bears picnic or a Penfolds Grange wine-tasting.
People want to make the most of the time they spend in Australia so its up to us to make sure they can, says Ormerod, who co-founded his home hotel business in 2013 as a kind of upmarket Airbnb ope…
- The market that has grown four times faster than property: classic cars
What if the thing in your garage appreciated in value faster than your entire house? It happens more than you think.
While the value of 99 per cent of cars drops like a stone the moment they leavethe dealership, the blue-chips of the automotive world typically seen asself-indulgent and perhaps even compensatoryhave turned out to besome of the finest investments of the century.
Remember the McLaren F1? You mig…
- New homeowners Beyonce and Jay Z's $67 million mortgage
According to the Los Angeles Times, Beyonce, 35, and Jay Z, 47, now have a mortgage of nearly $67 million. Monthly repayments? Around $319,278.
- Half of Overseas Property Purchased by Chinese Buyers Underused
The majority of those who purchased using a mortgage have secured the mortgage from a Chinese bank in China (or) from a Chinese bank in the…
- Broker reveals his top Facebook marketing tips
Speaking at The Adviser Bootcamp Digital Marketing in Brisbane on Tuesday (22 August), Tom Uhlich, mortgage broker and founder of Boss Money,…
- Mining towns’ woes are starting to bite the big banks
Weak economic conditions in the resource-rich states of QLD and WA are causing mortgage arrears to shoot up