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Loans for fragmented property investing are now a thing

Maleny Credit Union now offers personal loans for fragments of real estate through platform 'Bricklet', for investments averaging $25,000 to $35,000.

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Bank of Us, Bank First slice home loan rates

In the past week, lenders such as Bank of Us and Bank First cut home loan rates by up to 64 basis points, as two others broke the 2.00% p.a. barrier.

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Two lenders introduce new sub-2% home loans

Easy Street Financial Services and Community First Credit Union introduced home loans with advertised rates below 2.00% p.a, but each are slightly different.

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What would happen if negative gearing got the axe?

Negative gearing tax concessions are a particular public policy pain point thought to affect housing affordability, but what would happen if they got the axe?

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SUVs, utes increase marketshare as new car sales dwindle

The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries data released today reveals car sales in July 2020 were down 12.8% compared to July 2019.

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One in ten home loans deferred, amounting to $195bn

Data from the prudential regulator released today reveals 11% of home loans have been deferred to the value of $195 billion.

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A cashless reality grows one step closer

Nearly two thirds of Australians use card payments for everything where possible, new research reveals.

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A quarter of over-30s to delay retirement due to COVID-19

Survey findings released today revealed 23% of Australians aged 30-65 say they will be forced to delay retirement because of COVID-19.

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What does open banking actually mean for me?

As part of the new consumer data right, open banking is now finally being rolled out, but what can you actually do with it, and why is it important?

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Rate War: Another lender introduces a home loan under 2%

Last night, HomeStar Finance introduced an owner-occupier home loan fixed for one year at 1.98% p.a. (2.51% p.a. comparison rate*)

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