A home loan can be a virtually watertight mechanism to grow your wealth – or like a leaky bucket, with much of your hard-earned money trickling into the lender’s profit pool. Here are three mortgage features that make the difference.
From London to New York to Sydney, Stuart Archibald has always shot from the hip. In doing so, he’s experienced both wins and losses in the world of property. uno chats to the ad man about buying versus renting, getting through the GFC – and having a baby on the bathroom floor.
Super Bowl, a new Kardashian… it’s been a big week. Plus, the RBA has chosen to keep rates on hold for another month. With house prices dropping in most states, it could be a good time to consider your buying options.
The news is in: Barnaby Joyce is moving to the backbench, AND moving out of his rent-free Armidale apartment to look for new digs. Should he take the plunge and buy a property? We’ve decided to help him out in his hour of need by looking at what he’ll have to consider to take out a home loan…
While other events this week may have blindsided us (Super Bowl, anyone?), the RBA’s decision to keep rates on hold did not. On top of today’s announcement, here are some other signifiers that might suggest it’s time to check your home loan rate.
This Valentine’s Day, play the field with your interest rate and trade up to a lender that loves you back
Double-crossing mortgage holders – that is, those who shop around for a better deal – pay 30 basis points less on their home loan than those who stick to their current interest rate, uno Home Loans has found.
Deciding where to invest will depend on a buyer’s individual goals, how much they have to spend and what they might already have in their portfolio. Having some insider knowledge also doesn’t hurt. We chat to some experts about their predictions for 2018.
An insurance payout at 11 landed Leonie Fitzgerald enough money to go halves in her first property at age 18. But it wasn’t all smooth sailing from there. In the first of uno’s Great Australian Dream series, we chat to the investment strategist about her property highs and lows.
uno adviser, Kristie Oldfield, fields questions about the First Home Owners Grant on a daily basis. Here, she breaks down the six most common questions she gets asked, and answers them for you.