Aussie explores when and how to give your home loan a health check.
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Aussie - Property News - September 2013
Check your home loan's pulse
The mortgage market never stands still - and neither do our lives, so it makes sense to give your home loan a health check at least annually. It's a simple way of knowing whether your mortgage is still meeting your needs.
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