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Over the past few years, the market in reverse mortgages has been steadily increasing in Australia. However, while reverse mortgages have become increasingly popular, few really understand what they are. Here we take a look at reverse mortgages, including their benefits and potential risks.

In Australia, the interest rates used to calculate mortgage repayments are guided by the official interest rates set by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). The RBA will change interest rates from time to time in order to control inflation. Here we look at interest rates including why they might rise or fall and the different interest rates that apply to home loan mortgages.

Most states in Australia charge some form of stamp duty on real estate. And to make matters even more complicated for the property buyer, this differs in each state. Find out how much stamp duty you will need to pay in different states using our stamp duty calculators.

Over the past decade or so, the Sydney property market has been the hottest in the country. But while this has changed over the past year or more, one of the legacies of Sydney's recent property boom has been the explosion in the number of Sydney mortgage brokers. For Sydney home buyers, this highly competitive mortgage broker market provides an excellent opportunity when seeking the services of a Sydney mortgage broker. Here we provide some tips on how to find the best broker for your situation.

If you want to invest in property in Australia, then you will most likely apply for a property investment loan from one of the home lenders. In the past, investment loans used to purchase investment properties charged a slightly higher interest rate than home loans for owner occupiers. However, with increased competition in the home loan market in Australia, you can now find an investment loan for a property with the same low interest rate available to owner occupiers. Here we look at investment loans for property investors.