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Loans & Mortgages2018-09-20T13:13:52+00:00
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With a home loan it’s easy to just ‘set and forget’. But it’s sensible to review your home loan every three years or so. We provide a step-by-step guide to refinancing your home, breaking it down into simple layman’s terms. But before we get into that, let us clear up a few common questions about refinancing.

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When building your own home, there’s a new chapter to begin, new adventures to be had and new memories to make. So, whether you’re planning on doing the building yourself, or you’re purchasing off-the-plan, talk with us now about securing the right finance!

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Should you consolidate your debts by refinancing your home? We explain why this may or may not be a good option for you financially. If you’re struggling to manage your debts, or just want to save money on interest on your debts, we can help!

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Worried about the cost of a new car? With the right kind of finance through mortgage brokers like us, and the right kind of knowledge about how to negotiate a great deal at the end of financial year car sales, you’ll be cruising in style in no time! Here are six tips to buying a new car!

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With so many new deals in the mortgage market and loan features constantly becoming available, it makes sense financially to regularly give your home loan a health check. Here’s why refinancing every 2 to 4 years may be just what the doctor ordered. If you do suspect your home loan is in bad shape, we’re here to help!

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