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.
When your circumstances aren’t black and white, it can take more time, effort and planning to secure a home loan.
How do you identify the next ‘it’ suburbs before the crowds do? While there is no magic formula, here are five top tips.
Whether you’re buying your first home or your next home, the process of getting a home loan sorted can be a daunting and emotional journey. But it doesn’t have to be!
More and more Aussies are moving in search of affordability. But what does affordability mean, and is it all it’s cracked up to be? Aussie investigates what makes three of the top regional cities affordable, and asks what else you should consider before you start to pack.
We take a round-the-nation look at the latest changes to first home buyer grants and concessions.
More than two thirds of Aussies aspire to own their dream home. But what do you do if you’re ready to buy and you can’t quite afford the dream?
Should you be keenly saving for a deposit or buying a home now? We explore the data and industry expertise to determine the best season to buy.
If you’re already a homeowner, the rising value of property in most parts of Australia is likely to be something you’re celebrating. But for many would-be buyers, renters and parents, rising costs and lower affordability are a source of enormous frustration.