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People's Choice releases a sub-2% home loan for first home buyers

People's Choice Credit Union has introduced a sub-2% home loan, becoming the sixth lender to do so, according to Savings.com.au's market research.

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Small builders benefit from HomeBuilder boom

New data from a software company reveals COVID-19 has not adversely affected the businesses of small builders.

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Home buyers deserting property goals

More than 6 in 10 Aussies with property goals have changed their plans in the wake of COVID-19, according to a new survey.

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Are personalised plates worth the money?

Personalised plates seem to be all the rage, and can provide a bit of a personal touch on your vehicle, but are they worth it?

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Spending on cosmetic surgery and tattoos spiked in July

Although overall spending is down, buy now pay later platform Zip is reporting there has been a spike in cosmetic surgery and tattoo spending.

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What is fragmented or fractional property investing?

Property in Australia can be pretty expensive. So, what if you could invest in a small part of one? It might be an option to get your foot on the property ladder.

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Contract employment and sole trading 'the new normal'

COVID-19 has caused a shift in the way we think about work, with one major HR firm saying contract work is the way of the future.

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Australians flock to used cars as new car sales dwindle

With 28 consecutive months of declining new car sales, searches for used cars have increased by 19% in three months.

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NAB cuts home loan interest rates for investors

Today big four bank NAB cut two variable investment home loans for borrowers with a 20% deposit as a special offer.

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'Fear of the unknown' as consumer confidence collapses

The latest Westpac-Melbourne Institute consumer confidence index fell to 79.5 in August after experiencing a bounce-back in July.

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