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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.

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.

Finding the right home loan is no easy task thanks to the wide range of home loan options from both the more traditional banks and the newer non bank lenders. This wide choice of home loan products has helped to dramatically increase the number of Melbourne mortgage brokers helping home buyers in Melbourne find the right home loan. Here we offer some practical tips on how to find the right mortgage broker in Melbourne that will best suit your situation.

With today's wide choice in competitive home loans, many home owners are tempted to refinance their home loans. Refinancing can prove to be a valuable option for home buyers but it can also have its traps. Here we look at some of the benefits as well as the risks, associated with refinancing.

Variable rate home loans allow you to take advantage of falling interest rates. With a variable rate loan the interest rate you pay on your home loan varies with the interest rate that is set by the reserve bank of Australia, this means that if interest rates fall so does the interest you pay on your home loan. Conversly, the down side is if interest rates rise you will be paying more interest on your home loan. Here we take a look at situations where you would consider taking out a variable rate home loan.