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
Goal setting vs goal kicking: five ways to win in 2020
It’s a new year! So, you’re going to be thinking about how you want this year to be an improvement on the last. I have some home truths for you. Some things you need to hear. Half of us in Australia set new year’s resolutions, but only 12 per cent of us stick to them. So, as a valued client of mine, I want you to know how to not just goal SET for 2020, but how to follow through and KICK goals too. We’re going to do this. You ready?
The best thing to do while the property market naps..
Like most of us after a hefty ham and prawn feast on Christmas day, the property market tends to enjoy a nap during the festive season. That is to say that agent and seller activity goes a bit quiet during December and into January. Ironically, both the big property portals report that January is one of the most popular times for buyers to browse online. So if you start dreaming about buying property in 2020, here’s what you should do over festive break.
Don’t dig yourself a Christmas debt
I read recently that the average gift spend at Christmas time is over $500. Then I researched the food bill per person (and let’s be honest, the host get stuck with the lion’s share of costs) and it’s $122 for food and $131 for drinks. But for many of us, we spend a whole lot more and to be fair, it’s easy to get carried away buying gifts. So here are some quick financial survival tips.