Aussie Brokers share their home buying tips to help you into your new home sooner.
It can feel great to make the leap from renter to home owner but there’s plenty to plan for to enjoy a smooth transition.
The latest figures from CoreLogic confirm that spring is dishing up a healthy serve of bargains for home buyers.
Home prices have risen over the last 25 years, and there’s no reason to expect they won’t keep rising over the next quarter century.
Comparison sites can be handy for research but they may not paint the full picture. Here’s why.
When it comes to something as important as your home loan it pays to shop around. Chances are, you’ve checked out a few comparison sites yourself. Makes sense – after all, it’s good to have an idea of what the market looks like.
Keep our checklist handy to identify the mortgage broker who ticks all the boxes.
High property values may be pricing some buyers out of the market but keeping it in the family by pooling resources with parents and siblings can offer a quick path to home ownership.
The official cash rate may be holding firm but your home loan interest rate could start to climb. Here’s why.
The Aussie/CoreLogic 25 years of Housing Trends report reveals the highs and lows of the Australian residential property market from 1993 to 2018. We take a look at where these prices are headed for the next 25 years.
Our 25 years of housing report highlighted that in order to save a 20% home deposit , you would need to dedicate an average of 134.5% of your annual gross income.