Negative Gearing Property How it works who is it suited too
Negative Gearing Property - How negative gearing works who is it suited too
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Over the past decade or so, investing in property has become all the rage in Australia, especially in the larger property markets of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Many budding investors have been attracted by the huge gains that have been achieved thanks to the Australia-wide property boom. Another attractive reason is that of the tax benefits of negative gearing. But is negative gearing into property really a good investment strategy?

Today, there are many different innovative features available on home loans. Some of these features, including redraw facilities, can help you save money on the total interest costs of your home loan over the term of the loan. Here we look at the redraw facility and how it could benefit you.

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.

With the intense competition in Australia's home loan market today, home mortgage lenders are working harder and harder to capture our attention in order to win our business. One of the ways in which mortgage lenders attract our attention is by offering introductory loans with low interest rates for a period of usually between three and 12 months. Here we take a look at the introductory home loan detailing the benefits & pit falls of such an offer.

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.