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But it also outlines good news for homeowners. In October 2015, the number of Australian mortgages approved for “investment property” decreased by 6.1%, while the number of mortgages for owner occupied houses increased by .4%. This figures are causing some to speculate that the housing market is...

There's been much pessimism around the Australian housing market, as the property bubble bursts, investors are pulling out, and the revelation that many Australians are burdened with massive mortgages is on many of our minds. This has caused some reluctance to pursue Sunshine Coast loans,...

The end of 2015 saw a decrease in Australia's median capital city housing cost, breaking a 13-quarter trend of excessive rises in housing costs. The falling house prices could mean good things for Sunshine Coast mortgages. In February 2016, the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA)...

The first quarter of every year is the time when both individuals and organizations set their goals for the coming year and start implementing reasonable, realistic steps to achieve them. This applies in particular to 2016, as the loosening grip of the Global Recession offers a...

The Global Economy has been stuck in a rut for the past few years, according to the Conference Board Global Economic Study 2016. Some reasons for the financial stasis include: Lackluster business Lack of consumer confidence weakened productivity Outdated business policies Despite the limitations, the global economy...

The Global Economy has been going topsy-turvy and haywire, in the 21st Century, thanks to endless technological innovations and the accelerationism of Digital Commerce. The first ten years of the new millennium saw rampant recessions, skyrocketing unemployment, and traditionally solid markets, like real estate and...

When it’s time for your retirement, you have to ask yourself, how is your money situation? Do you have a retirement portfolio? You may have worked several decades and the time arrives to take a break, but you are not sure if your financial matters allow it. Some people prefer to manage their retirement portfolios themselves, but that may not be something you intend to do.

Going through the fine print on a mortgage can feel like a full-time job, as though you’d need a lifetime of experience in finance to make sense of the endless references, referendum, sub-clauses, and confusing jargon. That’s why we have mortgage brokers, even in a world...