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March 27, 2017
WOW! What a Successful Event!

Thursday night's Build Wealth Through Property Investment seminar was a huge success with an impressive turn out!

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March 6, 2017
Michelle Roberts Presents at Chocolate and Kale - Sunday 19th March

This unique event brings together 6 passionate practitioners who are experts in their field and aims to inspire and educate women to invest in their health and well being. Our Advisor, Michelle Roberts will be speaking about the importance of women protecting their significant contributions and their families.

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March 1, 2017
The Future of Interest Only Loans

It's not as easy as it once was to apply for an interest-only loan. Over the last couple of months lending for this type of investment loan has been tightened in an effort to slow the pace of record growth in investment home loans.

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March 1, 2017
How to Benefit from Reduced Rates

With official cash rates at rock bottom, now is the time to get ahead with your home loan. Here are some actions you can take to benefit from reduced rates.

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February 21, 2017
UPCOMING EVENT: Build Wealth Through Property Investment

We are holding a Free Property Investment Seminar on March 23rd. You have the opportunity to hear from experts in Financial Planning, Accounting and Real Estate.

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February 7, 2017
A Guide to Home Loan Paper Work

We see many happy faces when we tell people that as your mortgage broker we can help simplify the paperwork process because we know what lenders are looking for when it comes to assessing an application.

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January 31, 2017
Home loans - fixed v variable, which is better?

Often clients ask us if they should switch their home loan from variable to a fixed rate. No one truly knows what will happen with interest’s rates, but benefits can be obtained by choosing the right type of loan at the right time.

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January 22, 2017
How to Reduce Capital Gains Tax While You Are Away.

For many people, the single biggest asset they will own is the family home. Luckily, the Main Residence Exemption means Capital Gains Tax is not payable upon sale of this asset, under most circumstances. However, if you leave the property for an extended period of time, or you rent the property out, you may only be eligible for a partial CGT exemption. But the good news is there are two rules which can be applied to help to reduce the net Capital Gain – the Temporary Absence Rule and the Market Value Rule.

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