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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.

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.

Over the past decade, Australian property owners have developed a love affair with renovating and redecorating their homes. If you need any evidence of this, then you just need to turn on the television to find a wide variety of home decoration and renovation shows. So, how do you get the funds to pay for your own home renovations? You can start with a renovation loan. Here we look at the options available for renovation loans.

Interest only home loans are popular among property investors because they allow the investor to make lower monthly repayments on the home loan. This is because unlike other home loans, repayments are made on the interest portion of the loan only. Here we take a look at interest only home loans.

There are a number of things to consider before you take out a 100% or 105% home loan. Borrowing 100% or 105% of the homes value can be a great way to get in your first home. But there is a downside, generally the interest rate is considerably higher than what it would be if you had a larger deposit. Here we look at 100% and 105% home loans and how they can benefit you and also some of the pitfalls of taking out such a loan.