Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- ‘I thought, ‘I could do this”: When Mike Dunn listed his home for sale, he found his career calling
Underwhelmed by the service he received when he was trying to offload his first apartment, Mike Dunn switched from a career in finance to selling homes on the idyllic northern beaches….
- The best homes for sale right now: Nine Sydney properties to see this Saturday, August 31
Whether the laid-back beach house or the chic terrace appeals more to your inner house-hunter, were sure this list has something youll love.
With a broad range of property types and styles in the mix, this weeks showcase of outstanding properties takes us from Surry Hills to St Ives.
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- ASIC demands brokers “step up”
Research released yesterday questioned guidance provided by mortgage brokers, citing inconsistency and alleging upselling
- At one with nature: A stylish courtyard for a family of four
They may be fans of the typology now but Michael and Anwen Batchelor did not stipulate that theirs should be a courtyard house. Instead, preliminary discussions with their architect centred on the site in question, how they wanted to use it and the way they wished to live….
- ASIC reveals mortgage brokers failing to meet borrowers' needs
The corporate regulator is advising customers to be upfront with their brokers after a report found many were unhappy with their loan. An ASIC…
- Older Aussies are drowning in mortgage debt: how to stay afloat for retirement
A growing number of older Aussies are taking their mortgage into retirement, with new research showing home loan debt among those over 55 has…
- Heed hedge fund king's central bank warning
So it’s best to pay attention when the two investors – one a billionaire hedge fund titan, the other a quirky genius who cashed in on the US mortgage…
- Are mortgage brokers doing enough for Aussie borrowers?
They could exert more effort to provide borrowers with more choices, according to a new study
- RBA likely to keep cash rate at 1% next month
But economists are projecting rates to fall to 0.5% by early next year