The First Home Buyers Choice Initiative is a NSW tax reform to give eligible first home buyers an option to avoid paying upfront stamp duty.
Interest Rate Increases May 2022- On Tuesday 3rd May 2022, the Reserve Bank of Australia announced the first increase to the Australian cash rate in over 11 years. See how each lender is responding with increases to home loan rates.
RBA Increase Cash Rate. The Reserve Bank of Australia has increased the cash rate for the first time in 11 years by 25 basis points bringing the new cash rate to 0.35%.
The Core Logic housing market update for February 2022 has been released showing Australian national housing values increased 1.1% in January which is up 10 basis points from the December figures.
The process of getting a home loan can be a daunting task for many people. With an Assured Lending Mortgage Broker, we explain the whole process and guide you every step of the way. Here’s a simple outline of the steps we take to get you the home loan you need, as quickly and stress free as possible.
The Family Home Guarantee Scheme is an Australian Government initiative announced in the 2021 federal budget to assist single parents enter the property market with a deposit as low as 2% and avoid paying lenders mortgage insurance.
Interest Rate Reductions – On Tuesday 3rd November, the Reserve Bank of Australia announced a reduction to the Australian cash rate of 0.15% bringing the new cash rate to a record low of 0.10%.
The First Home Loan Deposit Scheme is an Australian Government initiative to assist eligible first home buyers get into the home ownership market with a deposit as low as 5% and avoid paying lenders mortgage insurance.
Purchasing a property is one of the biggest financial commitments you’ll ever make and can also be quite an emotional experience. Many people find the process of negotiating property prices when buying a home quite daunting. Below are some tips to prepare you for your negotiations and get the right price.
Australian’s looking to purchase a home or refinance existing loans will now have their home loan borrowing capacity increased due to changes from the Australian banking regulator, APRA.