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January 12, 2021

Are you looking to buy a new home or investment property in 2021?

January 12, 2021

Equity mate! Do you know how much you’ve got?

January 12, 2021

Turning your holiday spot to a full-time residence

Many people can vouch for being tempted to move permanently to their favourite holiday spot. After all, what’s not to like about living full time in a beautiful location so many people use as their place of relaxation! There are a few important aspects when considering a permanent move to your favourite holiday destination, whether to retire, to change lifestyle, or for another job opportunity. Here are a few pointers to get you started: What sort of lifestyle do you realistically want? Is a lifestyle block for […]
January 7, 2021

4 tips for first-time renters

When you’re renting for the first time it can feel like there’s a lot to get your head around. Because you’re signing a contract to live in a property that someone else owns (a lease), you can’t do things in the same way as you would if you owned the property. You have certain responsibilities – but you also have rights. To help you navigate this terrain, we’ve put together our top 4 tips. Renting is a relationship between you and the landlord Signing a lease […]
January 5, 2021

4 rules you need to achieve work-life balance for real

How many times have you heard the words “work-life balance”? In a world where everything seems to be moving so swiftly, we all crave for even just a little time to relax and enjoy the life that we work so hard to achieve. But the thing is, there is no one rule in achieving work-life balance. Rather, it is a recipe that’s composed of several rules that will help you really enjoy the life that you want. 1. Know and Respect Your Boundaries These days, it’s […]
December 29, 2020

20 foundational financial principles you can live by

Here are the 20 foundational principles shared with us by MoneyMiniBlog, that you can easily live by… 1. Giving is the foundation of your financial health How’s your giving? It’s in giving that you receive, but you should give to give, not to receive. 2. Plan for the worst Emergencies will always happen. Even more so when you aren’t prepared. An emergency fund (not a credit card) is foundational for surviving hard times. 3. Spend less than you make Always be striving to earn and achieve more, but […]
December 22, 2020

Top tips for moving house with your dog

Buying a new house is a super exciting time in your life. Everything would be great if it weren’t for the actual moving. Moving house is an absolute faff – it’s the time when you realise just how much junk you’ve got, and that you need to somehow pack it all up and move it into the new house, unpack, arrange everything in its place again, go through that horrid time when you’re living out of moving boxes – it’s not great. And you know what […]
December 17, 2020

How to grow your money through your investments

For you to become wealthy, there are a couple things you need to do. Simply earning money is not going to help you break even. The most important thing you need to do is save the money you are earning. This way, you can easily start growing your money. So, how do you increase your money? There are several ways of growing your money, but the best way to increase your money is by investing it. As an investor, you have to be armed with the […]
December 3, 2020

December 2020 – Market Update – Matthew Rosie

November 11, 2020

Rural buyer checklist

Excitement is high as you plan for a life-long dream of living in a regional town or rural area. While perfect in your mind and heart, this move should include reflecting on points you may never have thought of when buying in suburbia. Access to amenities and utilities When you live in the city, schools and supermarkets are always nearby. Not so in a smaller town! So, before you purchase that lovely country home, double-check its location. In an emergency situation, how long would it take […]
November 9, 2020

Acreage challenges

Moving away from city hustle and bustle to a quiet, peaceful acreage is many peoples’ dream. But, without wanting to ruin this dream, it’s important to remember that your “vision splendid” will need extra money and time to maintain. Outdoor needs It may look perfect when you move in but the gardens and paddocks surrounding your new house need regular upkeep. Bushfire prevention, fences and driveways all need to be considered. Additional funds will also be needed to buy machinery such as ride-on mowers, chainsaws, hedge […]
November 6, 2020

How to get home loan ready

Whether you’re preparing for your first or your 10th home purchase, it’s crucial to get your loan application ready. But where to start with so many issues to consider? Throw away your dismay and settle in for a long – but exciting – haul! Borrowing budget Firstly, start preparing for your purchase early on in the buyer game. COVID-19 restrictions are seeing some major lenders and banks taking much longer than usual to assess loan applications. But before you even approach lenders, sit down and work […]

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