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2/2 – Using the FHSSS

We covered how the FHSSS works, who can access and how much you need to contribute. Today let’s look at drawing the savings and the Pro’s of the scheme. When Can I Withdraw My Savings? If you are over 18,…

1/2 – First Home Super Saver Scheme Explained

There is no doubt that buying into today’s property market is hard, but the government is aiming to help first home buyers through the tax-friendly savings vehicle that is superannuation. The first home super saver scheme (FHSSS) was introduced in…

[2/4] Property Investment may be simple, but it’s not easy!

Growing a property portfolio will supplement your superannuation and other investment assets to help secure your financial future. Of course, the number of investment properties you own is not nearly as important as the quality of your assets and amount…

[1/4] What every day to day Australian Needs to Know!

At a time when cost of living is so high and many Australians are feeling the pinch on their finances, there is a lot of discussion around about how much money you really need to be considered ‘rich’. After all,…

[4/4] Have you got a good mortgage broker?

Acting as an intermediary between you and the bank, it’s important to find a good mortgage broker when you start investing in property. Any old mortgage broker will simply not do. You need someone really exceptional to do the job.…

[3/4] What is your borrowing capacity?

Your borrowing capacity is an assessment of the maximum loan amount you may be able to borrow. It is calculated based on your net income minus expenses.   What affects your borrowing capacity? Every lender uses the Household Expenditure Measure…

[2/4] Interest only loan or principal & interest?

Should you go interest only or principal & interest when taking out a home loan? This is a question I get all the time. Let’s take a closer look. What does interest only and principal & interest mean?  Interest only…

[1/4] Do you have 2 offset accounts?

  Let’s take a moment to introduce the idea of an offset account associated with a mortgage. Essentially, you will have two entities: a loan and a savings account. The savings account is the offset account which will basically offset…

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