Archives for August 2011

Stay on the Safe Path with Home Loan Health Checks

I've been sitting at home, full of the flu, wondering where my blogging may lead me next...what seems obvious to my lateral thinking brain is Loan Health Checks. Let me explain. For the vast majority of people, your home is your biggest and costliest asset. This Home Loan debt, in one form or … [Read more...]

Take Control of Your Debt By Making an Informed Decision

Personally, I'm not the biggest fan of all the scaremongering Personal Insurance adverts at the moment. They seem to drench the television, preying on the perceived negative sentiment in the market. That said, I do think it is very important that a borrower at least consider the implications of … [Read more...]

Moving Forward: Positive Signs in the Loan Industry

There are some promising signs lately for the market moving forward for me as a Mortgage Broker and for you as a Borrower. Firstly it seems that Fixed Interest Rates are falling across the board. Personally I've always considered these as forward forecaster for where variable rates will go. If … [Read more...]

Financial Responsibility: Understanding The Pressures of Debt

Financial responsibility, now there's a term to send people running. I'm sure there are better ways to say it but hopefully if you stick with me you'll see my point. You may not agree with me, and that is perfectly fine. This is just my thoughts and opinions. The following examples are very general … [Read more...]

Seachange, Treechange And Acreage – What You Should Consider

It seems more and more people are looking at a Seachange, Treechange or just something a bit more rural these days as a retirement option or even a day to day living option. The rise of more and more fly in/fly out work plus the ever expanding work from home options are really making this dreams … [Read more...]