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Director and Founder of 1st Street Home Loans, Jeremy Fisher, is one of the most awarded mortgage brokers in the industry and winner of the Australian Broker Association's prestigious 'Australian Broker of the Year'. Since 2001, Jeremy has settled in excess of $500 million worth of property loans and delighted clients with exceptional results and highly personalised service. 1st Street Home Loans specialises in Home Loans, Commercial Loans, Leasing and Financial Planning.
Interest rates recently fell which means your minimum loan repayments could reduce but there are benefits to maintaining your previous repayment amount.
The world we're living in right now is making it easier and easier to work from home. Jeremy Fisher talks about the pros and cons about a home office.
They say ‘tis the season to be jolly and for many this goes hand-in-hand with ‘tis the season to be spending but this one could be different and there are ways to avoid blowing the budget.
A credit rating is used by lenders to assess the level of risk when providing a loan and although a tarnished credit rating can make it more difficult for people to obtain a loan, there are still opportunities available.
Once a buyer and a seller have looked over the contract of sale on a property and both parties sign the contract, the contract is legally binding. It is important for both buyers and sellers to be aware that there is often little to no chan ...
When a parent provides their property as security for 20% of the purchase price, the child can also avoid paying Lenders’ Mortgage Insurance (LMI) which can save them thousands. Over the years, as the loan is paid down and the value of the ...
With the recent property buying boom, Sydney is the nation’s leader in growth with properties rising 15.6% in the first half of the year (ABS data) and 25% of Sydney suburbs now with median price tags of over $1,000,000.
Property developers who build strata units and retirement homes often make the properties available for sale before they are finished, sometimes before construction has even begun.
Over the last 25 years, a key indicator of interest rates, the Reserve Bank of Australia’s cash rate, has fluctuated between 2.5% and 17.5% per annum. Since August 2013, the rate has remained unchanged at its record low of 2.5% and although ...
Property prices have been rising since March 2013 but the May figures in the RP Data-Rismark Home Value Index shows an average drop of 1.9% in properties in capital cities across Australia.
Buying your first property
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Self Employed home loans
New ABS statistics reveal that nearly three in four Western Australians plan to ...
Forget the dull gardening shows on Sunday TV, landscaping is highly important fo ...
A leading national mortgage broking group has claimed that many Australians curr ...