While it would be nice if we could all go out and buy our dream home today, the reality is that it usually takes time to achieve our goals.
The good thing is that even if you can’t quite afford your dream home right now, there are still other options to get onto the property ladder a lot sooner than most people think.
Here are four ways you can buy a property sooner:
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With interest rates at record low levels, many homeowners are considering the possibility of fixing their interest rate on the home loan.
Lenders Mortgage Insurance can be a great tool to help homebuyers get into a property that they otherwise might not be able to afford. However, it comes with a cost.
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After a strong 12 months, industrial property is set to see further upside according to a leading valuer.
If you’re setting the goal of purchasing a home in the coming year, it might be time to start getting your financials in order ahead of time.
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Throughout March, the ATO sent letters to directors who are potentially in breach of their obligations to ensure that the company they represent has met its PAYG withholding, superannuation guarantee charge, or GST obligations.
It’s a great headline isn’t it? Spend $100 and get a $120 tax deduction. Days after the Federal Budget announcement that businesses will be able to claim a 120% deduction for expenditure on training and technology costs, we started receiving marketing emails encouraging us to spend now to access the deduction.