Covering the beach to the Hills including Glandore, Plympton, Glenelg, Glengowrie and surrounding suburbs
I have built three homes myself and I remember how reassuring it feels when the financing is right. I use my experience from more than 18 years in finance and over $300M in settled loans to make sure that you experience that feeling too. Whether you need a simple mortgage for your first home, a construction loan to build your dream home or refinancing for your property portfolio, call me to talk through your options.
Many Australians enjoy the freedom of working for themselves, but being self-employed means time is of the essence, not to mention the challenge of keeping up with the paperwork of running your own business.
For those who wish to acquire investment properties, I have a thorough understanding of investment loan structures and how to maximise your tax benefits where multiple properties are involved.
For a mortgage for your first home, a construction loan or refinancing your portfolio, Phil Couch can find you a deal that suits you
$25k HomeBuilder offer
In the midst of the craziness that is 2020, there is always a silver lining. Yesterday, the federal government announced a $700 million housing package for Australians to access $25,000 grants to build a new home or start a major renovation. What does that mean for you? As a first home buyer or owner-occupier, understanding what federal grants, incentives and discounts that are available to you can be a nightmare. We’ve cut through the headlines and jargon and created a snapshot of the HomeBuilder Grant. Here’s everything you need to know.
What your clients need to know this EOFY
What’s going on in the property market? Is now the right time to buy? Should I sell? What about investing? All questions that many Australians are asking right now. Read on to find out more.
Be in the know this EOFY
Let's kick off with rates, are they getting lower? Rates are at a historic low and have been for a while, with some banks offering Fixed Rates at a discount to the variable offering. What are the benefits? Read on to find out more.