Useful Tips

Here are links to all of EquityVision Tips.

If you find them useful, you're welcome to share with your friends.

We’re often adding to the list and updating them, so if there is a Tip you’d like to see, or if you have some feedback on an existing one, We’d love to hear from you. Email us at advice@equityvision.com.au

Split contracts and multi-unit developments
November 1, 2018

Every lender has their own terms and conditions, and this is intended only as a general guide to understanding this topic.  Contact us to discuss your individual circumstances.

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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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Debt consolidation – Risks & Benefits
May 5, 2018

Debt consolidation is where you increase or re-finance your home loan and use the funds to payout credit card, personal loan or car loan debt

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Adverse credit history
February 24, 2018

An adverse credit history indicates that there are negative reports or past transactions showing unpaid debts, overdue accounts, over the limit transactions or dishonoured payments.

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Property profile reports
May 7, 2018

When buying, refinancing or selling property, the more knowledge that you have about the local property market, the better informed your buying or selling decisions will be.

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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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Eleven + Home Loan Questions answered
May 7, 2018

As a professional mortgage broker, we will assess your needs taking into account both your personal and financial goals, and will provide professional written advice on loan structure, lenders and products.

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Fixed Rate Loans
May 27, 2018

A fixed rate loan means that for a set period of time the interest rate that you pay, and therefore your monthly repayments, remain the same.

The time frame is commonly 1 to 5 years, however longer terms are available.

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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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Maternity leave and home loans
May 6, 2018

This is a question asked by many expectant mothers, so we have some great tips to help you through this challenging financial period

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