The Big Four Banks make up the vast majority of the home loan market and they're usually the default options when looking for a loan, however today we're going to take a look at why it could be better for your loan, your wallet and even the environment to NOT go with one of them.
Housing has changed drastically over the years and I'm not just talking about the last 2 or 3. But how might your current home change over the next 10 years with new future technologies and are there any things you can do now to help really benefit from them?
There are millions of couples out there currently working and coming home to their fantastic house every day here in Australia. While they may not be living in 50 bedroom mansions on their own private island, for many simply having a safe and secure home is a dream come true. Is yours in trouble though?
Budgeting is mostly met with groans, sighs or just a general sense of dread. It's the adult equivalent of being told to go eat your vegetables. Boring, restrictive, no fun. Learn how to have a great relationship with it instead!
Mortgage Insurance goes by many names around the world, from Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI), Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI) to Mortgage Indemnity Guarantee (MIG) it is an insurance policy that protects the lender of the money (ie. not you!) in the event you default on the loan or stop paying.
Mortgage Brokers are very common here in Australia and throughout the world. They help people that are looking for a loan to find the best one for their personal situation. At least that's what they should be doing anyway. Unfortunately life isn't always roses and fairy tales, especially where huge sums of money are involved so today we're going to dig deep into the world of Mortgage Brokers.
Many people already know that paying off a mortgage early saves heaps of money. However there are many other very good reasons you may not be aware of. Today I want to go through a few of the most important ones to hopefully get you more motivated so you can pay down that debt as quickly as possible.
Welcome to the New Year everyone! So do people still do that thing with the new years resolutions anymore? Or is it just something all the news outlets crap on about because they think it's still a thing? I want to get rich! I want to exercise more! I want to blah blah blah... rubbish.
A very common issue many have with paying off their mortgage is a big mental barrier that blocks their way. This is highly damaging as it stops you from killing that mortgage and getting ahead in life! So today we take a quick look at it and define a super simple, two step process to get around it and kill that mortgage.
After looking into some of the mortgage mistakes first home buyers make when buying their first home last week I thought I'd dig even further. So this week we're going through some of the biggest, most colossal mortgage mistakes to avoid for all people when getting a mortgage.
Shopping for your first home is exciting, exhausting, challenging and scary all at the same time. In this piece we cover a few first steps that you have to take to avoid costly mistakes and regrets in the future.
On MTM we’re all keenly aware that paying off your mortgage fast is a huge life win… but many people out there just go with the "default big bank mortgage rate" and throw away thousands over the years as they pay more interest than they should. So today we're going to show you what to look out for when shopping and how to compare mortgage interest rates properly once and for all.
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Not too long ago we looked at How The Royal Banking Commission Could Burst The Housing Bubble. While the Royal Banking Commission is still ongoing and the housing market hasn’t fully crashed just yet there’s Read more…
Half of Australians aren’t confident in their home loan deal, yet two thirds haven’t switched and one in seven would never leave their bank – regardless of how big the discount. That’s just some of Read more…
We take a look at the situation Australian banks are currently in and how that could have a disastrous effect on the Australian Housing Bubble.