Useful Tips

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Construction of a property
May 5, 2018

A construction loan allows you to borrow against the construction progress of a new building based on the estimated completed value of the property.

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How to make the most of a Free Redraw loan
May 13, 2018

Work out how much ‘cash’ you need each pay period ($A).
Get your payroll department to deposit $A into your bank account and the balance into your Home Loan.
Pay as many bills as possible by credit card.
Redraw from your loan to pay your credit card and other bills as required.

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Guarantors on loans
May 6, 2018

A guarantor promises to make the payments or reimburse any shortfall in the event that the original borrower does not pay and/or the property is sold at a loss.

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What is a Redraw Loan?
May 13, 2018

A redraw loan enables you to make extra regular or one-off payments above your minimum monthly repayment. The redraw facility allows you to access those extra payments when you need them.

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Construction Loans Documents needed for lenders
May 5, 2018

This is a list of the documents you may need to provide to a lender during each step of the loan process:

Lenders will require a Fixed Price Building Contract (FPBC) by a Registered Builder.

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Fixed Rate Update
February 6, 2019

Click here to see some of our Panel Lenders’ most competitive fixed rate loans. The best rate from our lender panel this month is: 2 year fixed rate 3.69% – NAB – First Home Buyers Special (Interest rates are for Loan sizes over $250,000. LVR and other conditions may apply) Email us if you would […]

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Ten Home Loan Questions answered
May 7, 2018

How much can I borrow?
There are three main considerations that must be taken into account when you are looking to borrow money for a home purchase, and they are:

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Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI)
May 6, 2018

LMI is a one-off, upfront insurance premium that is generally payable when you borrow more than 80% of the property value. It does not protect you as a borrower. It protects the lender in the event that you default on the loan, and they have a shortfall in funds after selling the property.

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Property Titles
May 7, 2018

From bearing the name of a property’s registered owner to outlining outstanding easements, a Certificate of Title is often the key to determining the condition and overall value of your property

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Sharing a property – tenants in common
May 7, 2018

Property held in the names of two or more persons, in which each has a separate and distinct share. The shares may be equal or unequal. When one person dies their share is not passed to the survivor(s) but can be left to beneficiaries other than their co-owners.

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