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First-home buyers on the charge
While many Australians have probably celebrated this week’s rate cut as they anticipate a flood of new low-interest home loans, those on fixed-rate home loan deals may not be quite so jubilant.
With many first-home buyers still struggling to enter the property market, Sydney’s rental market is still feeling the pressure.
The recent slew of interest rate cuts present Aussies with some great opportunities to bag low-interest home loans and other products, one expert has claimed.
The number of home loans granted during the third quarter slumped 27 per cent, new stats show.
The number of home loan defaults in affluent neighbourhoods in New South Wales is one the rise, new statistics show.
Most Australians are wrongly resigned to the belief that the country is in a recession, a new poll has shown.
BankWest is hoping to alleviate the strain of home loan repayments with a new rate and a new website to help first-home buyers crack the market.
Paying off home loans fortnightly could knock years off mortgages and leave savvy Australians thousands of dollars better off.
Average monthly home loan repayments could fall as much as $300 by March of next year, one money expert has enthused.
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