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Category - Property
Applying for a home loan can be a complex process for entrepreneurs or freelancers ‒ people who have uncertain or unpredictable income flows.
Should you throw all your spare cash into paying off your mortgage before even thinking about investing?
With interest rates rising and the economy slowing, is now the time to make the biggest investment of your life?
The pros and cons of keeping a home loan facility open once it's been paid off.
Some analysts claim that first-time home buyers should delay buying due to the current economy. But the decision to buy a house should start with whether or not you can afford it, in a rising interest rate environment.
If you are unable to save towards a deposit for your home, there's a strong likelihood that you can't afford it.
Paying additional funds into your mortgage each month – even if it's just a small amount – can make a significant difference.
Episode 9 of the Change in your Pocket series focuses on the running costs associated with home-ownership.
When considering whether or not to buy a home, be aware that there are many transaction costs involved in the process.
In a volatile interest-rate environment, it's important to keep your mortgage repayments stable. Episode 7 of our Change in your Pocket series looks at the financing of your home.
As interest rates increase, many homeowners are wondering whether or not to fix their mortgage repayments to provide more certainty around what their repayments will be in the future.
A pension fund can be used to provide collateral for a home loan, especially for a first-time home owner.
The sectional title segment of the housing market continues to outperform the full title segment, in line with the “smaller is better” theme. But is it about home price affordability, or more about home running cost affordability...