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ASIC slams timeshares as harmful and risky

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has released a report today outlining the potential harm caused to consumers by timeshare schemes.

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10 Australian capital city property forecasts for 2020

A drop in car ownership, smaller houses, walkability impacting property prices and ‘mini Melbournes’ in outer suburbs.

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Family home undersupply hurting affordability: RiskWise

An imbalance in the supply of family homes to population growth is a major contributing factor to housing affordability challenges in Sydney and Melbourne, according to research.

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What type of car insurance should you get?

Ferrari v Lamborghini, Ford v Holden, BMW v Mercedes. Much is made of the type and brand of cars we buy, but what about the types and brands of car insurance?

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Australians lose $25 billion on gambling in one year

It’s no secret that Aussies love to have a punt and new data has revealed the staggering extent to which that is true.

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Annual housing growth positive for the first time since April 2018

Housing values surged 1.7% higher over November, delivering the fifth consecutive monthly increase and the largest monthly gain since 2003.

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BOQ, Bank of us and Hume Bank slice fixed rates

It’s Black Friday folks and the kind people at Hume Bank, Bank of us and Bank of Queensland (BOQ) have got in the spirit this week by slashing fixed-rate home loans.

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Investors using RBA rate cuts to pay down home loans quicker

Australia’s record-low cash rate is motivating investors to pay down their home loans faster.

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Is 2020 the year the RBA unleashes quantitative easing?

Tax cuts and cash rate cuts may have dominated the press in 2019, but talk is now turning to quantitative easing.

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RBA: Low wage growth the “new normal”

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has warned Australians that stagnant wage growth of 2-3% is the “new normal”.

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