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Three Men Walk Into A Bar...

But inflation is no joke! The new $10 note will enter circulation tomorrow. Love it or hate it, the launch got us thinking… What can you get for $10 now compared to the last issue of the note?

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Interest Rate Update - Josh Durrant

The RBA may have held the official cash rate at the first spring meeting, but interest rate changes continue in the home loan market:

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How spending affects borrowing

There is a common misconception that your borrowing capability is related solely to your income, however most people’s outgoings quickly follow their increasing pay-packets. In a time where many people’s lifestyles revolve around instant gratification, lenders are now taking a more responsible approach to lending and investigate genuine spending habits as well as factoring in possible future interest rate rises.

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Stamp Duty Reductions for First Home Buyers

First Home Buyers rejoice! From 1 July 2017 Stamp Duty was abolished for Victorian First Home Buyers purchasing up to $600,000 and phased in on a sliding scale for purchases between $600,001 and $750,000!

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What's your investing style?

Do you lie awake at night worrying about how your super or other investments are performing? Or are you comfortable with short-term volatility in order to pursue long-term growth? Learn how well-diversified portfolios are constructed based on your appetite to risk in our infographic.

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Why Banks Are Raising Rates

Learn why banks are raising rates outside of the RBA's decisions on interest only loans. Should you switch to principle & interest repayments?

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RBA Sits On The Sidelines While Lenders Play On

At its May meeting, the Reserve Bank of Australia elected to keep the official cash rate on hold at 1.5 per cent. However, Australian lenders are still increasing rates to keep in line with APRA's new lending rules...

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RBA Holds Rates, Will Your Lender?

At its March meeting, the Reserve Bank of Australia elected to keep the official cash rate on hold at 1.5 per cent. However, changes are happening in the market...

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RBA leaves rates on hold at the first meet of 2017

The Reserve Bank of Australia didn't move the official cash rate at the first meeting of 2017. Meanwhile, many lenders have been adjusting their interest rates outside of RBA movements this summer.

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