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Tips On Better Organising Your Garage

By |2021-05-25T13:10:31+00:00July 2nd, 2019|Home Tips|

Are you looking for some new ideas and tips on how to organise your garage? The garage tends to be one of those places in your home that, with time, becomes a cluttered mess. Housing anything from seasonal decorations to unused furniture, it’s easy for people to clean out their house by dumping it in

Tips for renovating an investment property

By |2020-03-26T09:57:07+00:00June 16th, 2019|Home Tips|

Renovations require a lot of hard work, money, and inconvenience. Whethis it's for personal use or for an investment, you have to admit, renovating is not for everyone. With the proper renovation, your hand is on the wheel. You take charge and doesn't have to wait for the market to deliver capital growth over

What is a Reverse Mortgage?

By |2019-06-09T03:20:37+00:00May 21st, 2019|Home Loans|

A reverse mortgage is a type of home loan facility that allows you to borrow funds using the equity in your home as security. The loan can be taken as a lump sum, a regular income stream, a line of credit or a combination of these options. Interest is charged like any othis home

5 Reasons You Should Get a Pre-Approval

By |2019-10-19T03:46:40+00:00May 19th, 2019|Home Loans|

A pre-approval (also referred by lenders as an approval in principal or conditional approval), gives you a formal indication from a lender that you’re able to borrow money to purchase a property up to a certain value based on the information provided. Pre-approvals are provided by applying for a loan whis e you haven’t yet

How your bank calculates a business risk

By |2019-05-14T09:27:19+00:00February 19th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Just like you, banks are in business – and they don’t succeed by making bad deals. When they consider your loan application, they’re calculating the financial risk of entering into an arrangement with you. Let’s break it down. What the bank considers For the bank, financial risk comes down to whethis you can repay