Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership July 15, 2016

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

  • Celebrity chef Bill Granger lists his Tamarama home
    Celebrity chef Bill Granger and his wife Natalie Elliott are selling their Tamarama residence with expectations of topping the suburb record they set when they purchased it a year ago.
    The couple paid $4,805,000 early last year for their luxury Sydney base as a home away from their new life in Britain.
    Now running three restaurants in London, the family are understandably short on time for frequent home visits, prompting the sale and plans to buy in the near future in a holiday-…
  • What I wish I had known before buying a brand new apartment
    When my husband and I were house-hunting, I had one demand: new construction. Id spent most of my adulthood in charming apartments with character, which is real-estate code for tiny apartments with decades-old appliances….
  • Australian banks vulnerable to economic shocks
    Australian house prices and household debt were high by both historical and … banks had an unusually high exposure to the residential mortgage market. Another analyst, Marie Diron, said developments in house prices and the impact on …. Compare home loan rates from as low as 3.74% p.a now…
  • ASX-listed buyMyplace expands into mortgage lending
    ASX-listed online real estate company buyMyplace has expanded into mortgage lending, personal loans, insurance and utility connection services.
  • BMC Accounting
    Tax time: With a team of qualified accountants, experienced tax consultants, mortgage consultants and financial advisors, BMC Accounting is a…
  • There may finally be some relief for the 'new housing crisis'
    There may be hope coming for desperate first-time homebuyers in the form of historically low mortgage rates. The interest rate on standard 30-year…
  • First home buyer market is collapsing, warns property agency
    The number of young first home buyers entering the property market is nosediving, an online property agency has warned