• September 12, 2020

Category: Featured

Is this a window of opportunity for property?

Is this a window of opportunity for property?

The property market is rapidly approaching crunch time – where there will be multiple winners and losers. The end of this month is D-Day for the 450,000 borrowers who deferred home loan payments.  Some will…

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How COVID-19 Transformed the Property Market

How COVID-19 Transformed the Property Market

‘Life will never be the same again.’  Its been said non-stop since Coronavirus, but there is no doubt it has accelerated long overdue changes in the property market. Across the board, property-related professions are adapting…

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Banks Keep Lending to Pump Economy

Banks Keep Lending to Pump Economy

Banks Keep Lending to Pump Economy Australia’s banks look set to keep rates at record lows and to be flexible with borrowers impacted by COVID 19. Reserve Bank Governor, Dr Philip Lowe, recently spoke to…

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Just as the property market was getting into its stride, Coronavirus arrived!

Just as the property market was getting into its stride, Coronavirus arrived!

Thankfully the banks and government appear to have stepped up to the plate – one economist calculates that the total economic stimulus offered by the government is the equivalent of an 11 per cent boost…

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How will Corona Virus Impact Our Property Market?

How will Corona Virus Impact Our Property Market?

FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) has been applied to both home purchases and toilet roll over the past weeks. While, on the surface they may appear to have nothing in common, there’s actually quite a…

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Changing Market Good for the Industry

Changing Market Good for the Industry

It’s a rising market and that should spell profit for mortgage brokers, real estate agents, financial planners and accountants Yet, recent legislation passed in Canberra means that the way Australians source loans in 2020 will…

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The disrupters cutting the big four’s lunch

The disrupters cutting the big four’s lunch

James Frost| Australian Financial Review| 6 January 2020 https://www.afr.com/companies/financial-services/the-disruptors-cutting-the-big-four-s-lunch-20191120-p53ce1 If you want to know what an aggrieved bank customer looks like, look no further than Stewart Koziora. The hospitality entrepreneur and property developer has just…

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Reserve Bank Research: Competition Forces Banks to Reduce Rates

Reserve Bank Research: Competition Forces Banks to Reduce Rates

Reserve Bank analysis shows that more Australians are getting a better deal on their home loans, despite banks being under fire for not passing on interest rates in full. That is because lenders are forced…

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The Time Log

The Time Log

Anil Puri │ Director, Chan & Naylor Business Coaching [Link to the Time Log template] If you are like a lot of our clients, then lack of time can be a real issue for you.…

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This Time it’s Different

This Time it’s Different

The recent property downturn was unique – and this period of growth is unique too. For the first time, the recent downturn was driven by changes to credit policy (not interest rates or unemployment). Similarly,…

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