In 2015, Sharon and Mark called Aussie for help to buy their next home. Mere weeks later, Sharon was sitting in Aussie’s state office completing broker training. This is her story.
The Reserve Bank left the cash rate on hold in September for the 13 consecutive month at 1.5 per cent, despite economic signs improving across a range of sectors.
We open our interview with the big question on many Australians’ lips, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne markets where growth remains at record highs:
If you’re in the market for a new home, the October long weekend could be just the break you’ve been looking for to get ahead of the competition.
To help first home buyers with the challenges of getting on the property ladder, some states have introduced First Home Buyer Affordability packages that include an exemption on stamp duty for properties up to a certain value.
For first home buyers struggling to raise a decent deposit, a family guarantee loan can be a way of getting into your first home sooner.
How much are Aussies saving each month and how do you compare? We take a look at Australians’ saving habits and break down what it takes to save and buy your home faster.
Getting ready to buy a first home is an exciting time, and it’s possible to streamline the journey by bringing six key pieces of information to your first meeting with an Aussie broker.
While a 20% deposit allows you to avoid paying mortgage insurance or other premium fees, there are still ways to buy your first home with little or no deposit.
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.