What is a deposit?

19th
Apr 2010

This is the sum that you contribute in cash to the cost of buying your home. Despite the changes in home loan availability, you can still buy a house with very little deposit at all, but it is important to understand the costs involved in doing so.

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Brisbane property market best in Australia

18th
Apr 2010

A recent survey by PRD Nationwide has revealed national investors rate Brisbane as the capital city with the best property investment opportunities.

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Property myths busted - Part 3

10th
Apr 2010

"I will choose the wrong investment property and lose money"

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When is property settlement?

25th
Mar 2010

The settlement date normally is four to six week after the exchange of contracts (unless you have purchased a property off the plan!). The settlement date is the day when the buyer, having paid the rest of the house price, receives the keys to his home.

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Property investment numbers on the up

16th
Mar 2010

The latest data released by the Australian Financial Group mortgage index has indicated the proportion of mortgages being taken by investors is the highest in the survey's four-year history, and a 25% increase from just six months ago in August 2009.

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Property myths busted - Part 2

10th
Mar 2010

"First home buyers are all in their early 20's"

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Long and short term property investment Brisbane

16th
Feb 2010

The Brisbane property market provides opportunities for investors looking to reap the rewards in both the long and short term.

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House Investment Brisbane

10th
Feb 2010

Investors flock Brisbane as 2010 proves to be year of the investor

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Property myths busted - Part 1

10th
Feb 2010

"I can't afford to buy an investment property"

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Negative & positive gearing explained

25th
Jan 2010

Put simply, gearing is borrowing money to invest. By adding borrowed funds to your own funds, you increase the total amount invested. So the returns, as a proportion of your original capital, are 'geared up', or magnified.

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