Third And Final Call: What Happens If Nobody Bids at an Auction?

September 10, 2016

Selling isn’t a certainty at auction. In New South Wales and Victoria, for example, around a quarter of all auctioned properties are passed in.1 What does it mean for the vendor and prospective buyers when no one makes a bid?

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Five Types of Asset Finance and How They Could Help Your Business

September 6, 2016

Short of capital to buy equipment for your business? Consider asset finance to support your operations. Asset finance is an umbrella term for any loan structure that helps a business purchase equipment, such as machinery or vehicles, for its operations.

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What’s Hot In Property

Whether you’re buying a property to invest in or call home, it’s a good idea to look at emerging property trends, to support your purchasing decision. Lifestyle locations Buying a property that can accommodate a growing family in a major

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Five Things To Consider When Interest Rates Are Low

Favourable interest rates are a borrower’s best friend, but should you lock in a low rate or go with a variable rate? Here are five things to consider. 1. How low can rates go? Interest rates are at historically low

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Buy, Sell or Wait: When to Make Your Move

December 4, 2015

As we approach the end of the year, the so-called ‘property bubble’ identified by some commentators remains, though there are signs the property market could be easing. In Sydney and Melbourne, demand remains strong and housing prices continue to rise,

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Read. Watch. Listen.

Read With the warmer months upon us and Christmas around the corner, it’s time to start looking for those perfect gifts. Feast your eyes on these great reads: Spaces (volume three): This beautiful interiors book from the team at Frankie

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Dealing with Troublesome Tenants

Most tenants are reliable, but if you’re a property investor, chances are you’ll encounter at least one bad renter. From failing to pay rent through to causing damage or conducting criminal activity, these tenants can harm your return on investment.

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Things that could Trip You Up When Applying for a Home Loan

Buying your dream home is exciting, so the last thing you want is for your home loan application to be held up. While many factors are considered in assessing an application, showing stability and consistency is key for lenders to

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Budgeting Tips for the Holiday Season

The silly season can be fun, but it could also leave you with a financial hangover. Thankfully, with a little preparation and creativity you can still enjoy it, and keep your home loan on track. Give wisely You’re probably not

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What is Our New PM’s Stance on Housing Affordability?

On 15 September 2015 Malcolm Turnbull was sworn in as Prime Minister, signalling a new era for the Liberal leadership. This may lead to a shift in the way the government addresses economic issues, with the Turnbull government set to

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