Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’re looking at Comparison Websites.
Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’re looking using your term deposit to either reduce your mortgage or buy an investment property.
Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’re looking at fixing your interest rate.
Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’re looking at positively geared investment properties and excess savings.
Fixed or variable? It’s a question we get asked all the time. John Symond shares his thoughts on whether you should go fixed, variable, or both!
In September we witnessed another month and another rate hold. Both pre and post the September rate announcement commentary from economists and analysts alike suggested the RBA were keeping an easing bias because of Europe.
This week we read about the number of Australians going to alone, learned the importance of using a conveyancer and asked John Symond when he believes we can expect the next rate movement. Check out This Week’s Picks!
The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) and the ensuing uncertainty it created has changed the face of home loans forever. Once, mortgage holders looked to the monthly decision of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) as the sole influence on whether their rates would go up or down.
While many of us were hoping for a rate cut when the Reserve Bank met in April, there may be signs that the decision is in line with the domestic real estate market.
Listen to David Oldfield’s interview with John Symond on 2UE on 28/9/2011. Symond and Oldfield discuss choosing between the standard variable rate the fixed rate with Symond saying customers should see a professional mortgage broker.