Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’re looking at whether you really need a Will if you haven’t yet bought property.
Buying your first investment property is an exciting time; though there’s a lot more to think about than just whether to buy a city apartment or suburban house.
There’s lots of different lingo when it comes to buying property. You might be surprised though that you already know what Torrens Title is but maybe just hadn’t heard its formal name before.
In today’s highly competitive mortgage market, it’s definitely smart to ask your lender for a lower interest rate. After all, what’s the worst that can happen?
If buying your ideal home is still a little out of reach, property investment might just be the next best thing.
There’s been growth in the number of SMSFs recently, as a lot of Australians are attracted to the idea of hands-on control over how and where their hard-earned money is being invested.
Whether you’re new to the property game or an experienced buyer with several properties under your belt, a mortgage broker can add plenty of value to any property purchase.
Q. I’m looking to refinance. My house is valued at $400k, and my loan balance is $155k. I’ve heard about interest only loans but I don’t really know what they are or how they work. Can you explain them to me and whether it’s a suitable option? A. Interest only mortgages involve you only paying More…
There are pros and cons to each depending on your circumstances and ability to repay the loan quickly.
Deciding whether to renovate or knockdown and start from scratch is always a tough decision because of the costs involved.