Monthly Archives: June 2021

Making the best of a tough situation

2021-07-07T10:41:48+10:00June 30th, 2021|lifestyle|

A whole lot of us have been plunged back into lockdown and it doesn’t feel great. Concerns over our health and financial security have arisen again, as has our sanity. For those of us with kids, I’m not sure if navigating home schooling was harder than dealing with the disappointment of lost holiday plans and lack of structure. But we will get through this. [...]

Are you looking for more?

2021-06-28T16:35:55+10:00June 23rd, 2021|lifestyle|

Over the last 12 months we've seen a huge increase in demand for regional properties. Many people are looking for a sea change or a tree change. They're being driven from the cities looking for "more". Whether that "more" is a slower pace, more connection to family or nature, more time to do things other than work, less financial strain with a smaller mortgage, [...]

Tax time!

2021-06-28T16:38:41+10:00June 17th, 2021|Property investor|

We're at the wind-down of the financial year and for property investors, that means one thing... tax write-offs. Investing in property is more than just buying a property. It's about having a strategy behind that investment. Whether your strategy is to minimise tax or create wealth, it makes sense to claim every deduction possible related to the management and maintenance of your property. If [...]

Mortgages. Are they all about the interest rate?

2021-06-17T18:55:20+10:00June 10th, 2021|Home loan, Refinance|

The aim of securing the “right” mortgage is always about getting the best combination of rates and features to suit the borrower. For some, this will be getting the absolute lowest interest rate because the aim is to pay the mortgage off asap. No bells, no whistles, just the cheapest rate. For others, they may be willing to pay a little more so they [...]

How can you capitalise on the property boom?

2021-06-02T11:06:39+10:00June 2nd, 2021|Property Market|

The current property boom is a hot topic right now with lots of people wanting to know how they can capitalise on it. Here are my tips to give you some ideas: First home buyers Get on the bandwagon. Property isn't going to get any cheaper and it's going up at a rate faster than most people can save. So if you can afford [...]

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