Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.
- F45’s Rob Deutsch and Adam Gilchrist: a duo expanding their property empires
Rob Deutsch was best known as an equities trader when at the age of 27 he bought his first home, a one-bedroom apartment set a block back from the beach at Bondi for $600,000….
- ‘Bittersweet’: Leaving fast-gentrifying Redfern after 15 years as a local
When Richard Graham bought a house in Redfern in 2004, John Howard was still prime minister, the Redfern Riots had made national headlines earlier that year and the citys median house price was about half a million dollars….
- The derelict ‘mystery shack’ for sale in the Blue Mountains with a price guide of less than $180,000
For Sydneysiders, a budget of less than $180,000 might sound like a diligently saved home deposit. Even in the Blue Mountains, buyers may think a property with such an asking price was missing a zero….
- Bathurst house prices: What value it takes to be in the top two per cent
HOUSES in Bathurst worth over $709,171 are said to be in the top two per cent of homes in this area. Property group Corelogic has examined property…
- Safe bet QE top of mind for RBA this summer Adam CreightonFollow @Adam_Creighton
QE with Australian characteristics could include the purchase of corporate bonds, or mortgage backed securities. If the RBA wanted to match the…
- RBA can take a summer holiday: Finsure's John Kolenda
I urge mortgage holders to regularly review their home loans to ensure they … Mortgage holders should never be complacent about their home loan.
- RBA leaves rates on hold – but for how long?
[These are] the lowest mortgage rates [we’ve had] since at least the 1950s, he said. Improved access to credit following APRAs decision to adjust…
- Statement by Philip Lowe, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision
Media Release Number 2019-29: At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 0.75 per cent.
- Is there still room for another rate cut?
While the cash rate is likely to remain on hold for now, experts predict further cuts early next year