Mortgage Broker in Palm Beach, Burleigh Waters, Coolangatta and surrounding suburbs
Too often people rush to gain finance as an approval date may have been set on the contract. Clients often forget it takes more than half the loan term, to decrease the debt past half way. As a broker that cares, I can fight the bank to increase discounts and help you own your home sooner.
Steve McLean, our property investment specialist, brings to Loan Market over 10 years’ experience in the finance industry. During this time he has assisted his clients achieve their goals in building property investment portfolios.
Being self employed myself for the last 20 years, I fully understand what it takes to gain finance and setting an application so the bank understands your individual needs and requirements.
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Changes to Stamp Duty for first Home Buyers
The NSW Government has released a comprehensive package designed to make it easier for people to own their own home, particularly those buying their first property. 1. For both new and existing dwellings, first home buyers will be exempt from stamp duty for properties up to $650,000, with a discount up to $800,000, from 1 July 2017.
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NAB lifts property price forecasts as lower rates lift market sentiment...
ONE of the Big Four banks has lifted its 2017 property price forecast, expecting prices of both houses and units to grow more than it had previously expected. The National Australia Bank lifted its house price forecast by three percentage points to 3.4 per cent – from just 0.4 per cent it had earlier forecast for 2017. It also raised its expectation of growth in unit prices to 0.8 per cent, backtracking on its previous forecast of negative growth of -1.6 per cent.