With housing prices on a never-ending rise across Australia, comes the increased difficulty to save a bulky deposit – this is where the First Home Super Saver Scheme comes to the rescue
In the real estate world, there’s not much worse than the disappointment of missing out on a property that you love.
If you’re saving to buy your own apartment, or planning on taking a step onto the property ladder, you’ll be forgiven for being somewhat jealous of the person who owns the property you may be renting.
Homeowners often only seek out a property valuation within the months or even weeks of selling their house.
Taking out a home loan to buy a property is one thing, but taking on an additional personal loan to transform it into a ‘greener’ home is another story entirely.
Your home may need a makeover, but that doesn’t mean you need to spend the entirety of your bank balance on all the latest furnishings and designs.
Everywhere you look now, new housing estates seem to be popping up and it’s no surprise why they’re so popular.
What’s the Best Property Type for Your First Home? Houses come in all shapes, sizes, and designs, and each residential property type has its own unique perks and limitations.
Today, the RBA board have reached the decision to leave the cash rates unchanged at 1.50%, despite calls for them to be shifted.