• 18/04/2021

Category: Articles

New rules may raise mortgage rate

Clancy Yeates September 6, 2010 http://www.smh.com.au/business/new-rules-may-raise-mortgage-rate-20100905-14w6k.html Banks may inflict higher mortgage rates on borrowers to offset the costs of new liquidity rules that are tipped to drive up the price of the safest financial assets.…

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What to do if your client is in financial hardship

It was topical a few months ago that borrowers in financial hardship could ask for assistance from their home lender. A lot was in the papers but there was no substance how or what specific…

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The Millionaire Mind

Like The Millionaire Next Door, The book The Millionaire Mind focuses on a select group of America’s wealthy. In this book however, the information seems more focused on the thoughts, motivation, and philosophies of the…

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Trust Agents

In Trust Agents, two social media veterans show you how to tap into the power of social networks to build your brand’s influence, reputation, and, of course, profits. Today’s online influencers are web natives who trade in…

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The Millionaire Next Door

The Millionaire Next Door takes an in depth look at a large cross section of America’s wealthy, particularly those with at least $1,000,000 in net assets. It doesn’t mention names etc, but focuses on their habits…

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Government changes Superannuation laws to boost property market?

What will happen to the property market after the First Home Boost? We are the very first generation of Australians who know that we must fund our own retirements. Already, before the 2009 May Federal…

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The Only Way Is Up: City-By-City Real Estate Outlook

Source: http://www.onthehouse.com.au/ Location: http://onthehouse.yahoo.com.au/index.htm?Action=news_article&ArticleId=051 Date: Monday 15th June 2009 With house prices tipped to rise by as much as 22 per cent during the next three years, economic forecasters BIS Shrapnel say affordable suburbs will lead…

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