Are your children in their twenties or early thirties and still living at home? You're not alone! The concept of millennials living at home with their parents is not entirely surprising.
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When you’re looking to expand your investment portfolio there are a variety of options you’ll likely consider, and one of the most popular is property investment. Investing in bricks and mortar can definitely boost your portfolio and there are some great advantages you might not have considered. Today we are going to explore some of those fantastic advantages so you can have the confidence you need to make an informed decision about your investment portfolio.
Many Australians have dreamed of home ownership their whole lives, but unfortunately due to things like the deposit amount and interest rates it seems like an impossible feat. The fact of the matter is however, that buying is not always the best option for everyone so it’s essential to assess all possibilities before jumping in or giving up.
Have you been hearing all of the talk about Self -Managed Superannuation funds and weren’t really sure what it was all about and if it was right for you? Self-managed super funds (SMSF’s) can seem overwhelming but with the assistance of a SMSF Professional you need not worry. Obtaining expert advice in relation to a SMSF is the simple solution and will enable all of your questions and concerns to be answered.
While many first home buyers might feel thwarted by escalating property prices in some capitals, plenty are still taking the plunge, spurred by low interest rates and the great Australian dream of owning your own piece of turf.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics1, first time buyers currently account for about one in six home loans. So just how do you get into the market when affordability is an issue?
Welcome to the autumn edition of Haven. After enjoying record low interest rates in 2014, many Australian borrowers are wondering what lies ahead in 2015. While a crystal ball is perhaps the only thing that might provide the definitive answer, a combination of economic factors indicate that rates are likely to remain a hot topic.
Welcome to our winter edition of Haven.
Did you know that Australian credit reporting has changed in the past year? Where once an individual's credit report only looked at the negatives, since March 2014 credit reports have changed to consider both the negatives and positives. Check out our lead article to understand what this change may mean for you.