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2022 November 3rd – Your Finance News

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With another rate rise on Melbourne cup day, discussion in the office turned to household budgeting and what tactics are useful to manage rising costs and mortgage payments.

The property pendulum has swung in favour of buyers, we share an Australian Financial Review article which explores ten ways to grab a property bargain in a buyers market.

The office is quiet today with the majority of the team enjoying a day out at the Sandringham Yacht Club Ladies Oaks Day Luncheon.

As always, if you have any questions regarding your current loans or future finance needs, feel free to email advice@equityvision.com.au or click the button below to book an appointment.
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Tips for navigating cost of living increases

With another rate rise on Melbourne cup day, discussion in the office turned to household budgeting and what tactics are useful to manage rising costs and mortgage payments.

Inflation is driving the RBA decisions and many of the causes are outside of the governments capacity to influence the outcome. 
Rising costs of construction and energy bills are compounded by the impacts of the floods across vast parts of our country.
The expectation is that there are more rate rises to come before inflation falls back to the RBA target levels.

The ABC posted a good article today, it contains 4 tips for navigating rising costs and a mortgage calculator which provides a guide to the impact of the latest rate increase. You can find the article here – http://bit.ly/3WhtrPD 

We are here to assist with negotiating your rate with your current lender and compare what is available to you across our extensive range of lenders. Please reach out to see if there is a better deal available for you.
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Ten ways to grab a property bargain in a buyers’ market

House prices across many areas of Australia have been falling since May this year when the Reserve Bank of Australia started raising interest rates.

Not only have prices fallen, there is also greater choice for buyers as property research group Core Logic is reporting increases across all states in the number of properties for sale.

The Australian Financial Review published an article with great tips for those considering buying, we like Tip 3 – Check Your Finances, and are here to help you understand your borrowing limits and arrange a pre approval.

If we have already arranged a pre approval for you, this article is a must read to help you on your property buying journey.

You can read the article in full by clicking on the button below.
 
If you would like to discuss your borrowing limits and loan options, please contact the EquityVision office on 03 8372 0775, email advice@equityvision.com.au.
Ten ways to grab a property bargain in a buyers’ market
It’s not all work at EquityVision

The EquityVision ladies enjoyed a day out with scrumptious food, free flowing beverages, auction items, raffles and gorgeous views at the Sandringham Yacht Club.

The ladies looked stunning in their race wear and the room was beautifully decorated.

All funds raised on the day are donated to Challenge – Supporting kids with cancer as the event charity partner.
We have recently updated our business Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin pages.
Our business is built on referrals from our clients, for users of these platforms, we would love for you to click the links below to follow our pages, stay in touch, and to refer your friends and family.

Kind regards,
The team at EquityVision 
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Michele Mansfield (CR No.399836) and Alisha Perry (CR no.502031) and Damien Hauser (CR no.516645) are credit representatives of Buyers Choice Licencing Pty Ltd (Australian Credit License No. 509484).
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