1. Interest rates are the lowest they have ever been.
2. To get in ahead of the curve prior to income reduction, job pause, job loss or access to finance becoming more difficult.
3. Move to a lower monthly repayment to improve your cash flow.
4. Release equity to maximise your cash buffer.
5. Consolidate debt to make repayments lower.
6. Receive strategic advice regarding your mortgage strategy or buying a property.
And that’s just to name a few…
Our Founder and Managing Director David Johnston shares insights with Domain’s Kate Farrelly on how to resume home loan repayments if you’ve taken a repayment holiday as a result of Covid-19.
In this episode, the Property Planner, Buyer and Professor discuss data provided by CoreLogic’s Tim Lawless on Australia’s capital cities and regional areas over the last ten years. Which cities took out the gold, silver and bronze?
Covid podcast special #10 – The HomeBuilder stimulus – What it means for home buyers, renovators, jobs, the economy and property market!
The Property Planner, Buyer and Professor met this morning for a ‘breaking news’ recording on the $688 million HomeBuilder stimulus package announced by the federal government yesterday. The new package aims to safeguard the jobs of a million tradies, to prop up the construction industry which was teetering on the edge of oblivion.
Home owners, first home buyers and renovators will be offered a cash grant of $25,000 for building contracts and purchase of new dwellings signed from 4 June 2020 right through to 31 December 2020.
This week we return to our podcast episodes recorded prior to Coronavirus. In this episode, we discuss “tenants from hell”.
A good property manager is worth their weight in gold, and equally, so is a good tenant. A great tenant who is happy and obliging will stay in your property for a long time – avoiding long gaps between tenancies, advertising costs for vacancies and loss of rental income.
In the ninth Podcast since Covid-19 took hold, we turned our thoughts to the property market forces at play, how sentiment is increasing as restrictions are easing and what’s on the horizon for property.