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First Home Loan Deposit Scheme: Where can buyers find a home?

First home buyers purchasing a home under the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme may be limited to the outer fringes of capital cities.

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"People badly want a different kind of bank": Xinja hits $200m in deposits

Neobank Xinja's new 2.25% p.a. Stash savings account has had more than $200 million in deposits in less than a month.

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Millennials smash avocado myth, stashing cash and sacrificing for home ownership

Millennials are more optimistic about achieving home ownership than the oft-maligned baby boomers.

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Open banking, cheap interest rates and liar loan crackdowns: What 2020 borrowers can expect

The rebound in the home lending market is set to pick up speed in 2020 following the slowest rate of mortgage lending growth in the past decade.

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Luxury car sales in Australia rev up

Cashed up buyers are speeding to the dealership, with luxury vehicle sales rising for the seventh consecutive month. 

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Westpac further reduces savings account interest rates

Westpac is the latest of the big four banks to cut interest rates on its savings accounts.

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Could a prepaid energy subscription bring down your electricity bill?

Netflix. Stan. Spotify. Amazon Prime. Hello Fresh. Foxtel Now. Disney+. That’s what springs to mind for most of us when we hear the words ‘subscription’ but now you can add another monthly subscription to the list: your electricity bill.

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11% of applicants for First Home Loan Deposit Scheme are over 40-years-old

Middle-aged Australians are also hoping to utilise the scheme to become first home buyers, according to new data.

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Downsizers want spare bedrooms

Around two-thirds of downsized older Australians still have at least one spare bedroom.

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Sydney house prices to surge by as much as $100,000 in 2020

It's getting hot in here - Australia's hottest property market shows no signs of being extinguished, with prices expected to rise by as much as 10% this year.

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