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With house prices on the increase in Perth and other boom towns in Western Australia, it's important to find the cheapest home loan possible. Here we provide some tips on getting the cheapest home loan in Perth.

Whenever you apply for a home loan or any other form of credit for that matter, the lender will generally check your credit history before approving the home loan or credit application. Here we discuss the importance of your credit history and how you can get access to your credit history.

The Top End is booming and likewise Darwin has experienced a huge property boom in recent years. With more and more people moving to the Territory's capital, the choice for home buyers seeking finance has increased greatly. Today, there are many home loan options from both the traditional banks and the newer non bank lenders. While most of us are familiar with the large banks, the non bank lenders are relatively new on the scene. Here we take a look at the non bank lending market in Darwin.

With Perth experiencing a property boom thanks to the continuing strength in the resources sector, the competition among mortgage brokers in Perth is high. For the Perth homebuyer, this is great news because the increased competition means that you will have a far better choice when choosing a mortgage broker to help you get the best possible home loan deal. Here we provide some tips on finding the right Perth mortgage broker.

There are many options available to you when taking out a home loan these days. One of the first decisions you will need to make is whether to choose a fixed rate home loan or a variable rate home loan. Here we look at each interest rate option including the advantages and disadvantages of each.